Test Your TTAB Judge-Ability on These Three Mere Descriptiveness Refusals
Three recent appeals from Section 2(e)(1) mere descriptiveness refusals are summarized below. How do you think they came out? Hint: they all came out the same way.
In re Schwartz, Serial No 85495793 (January 16, 2014) [not precedential]. [Mere descriptiveness refusal of MANAGE for "downloadable software for professional scheduling and appointment-keeping"].
In re Marino Felice SNC; Di Marino Ferdinando E Flavio, Serial No. 79113793 (January 27, 2014) [not precedential]. [Section 2(e)(1) refusal of ENKIR for flour and cereal preparations, and for beers and other beverages, all containing Triticum Monococcum or Einkorn, also known as Enkir].
In re Clic Goggles, Inc., Serial No. 85880648 (January 29, 2014) [not precedential] [Mere descriptiveness refusal of FRONT CONNECTION EYEWEAR for "eyewear"].
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Text Copyright John L. Welch 2014.