With the official release of the January 25, 2011 U.S. Patent Office Gazette the request for trademark of Vazoom goes up for opposition. It’s been interesting to see the process by which new trademarks are filed for and granted. It’s also quite a shock to see how many trademarks are applied for and modified. The entire process is for the most part public knowledge too.
Any party who believes it will be damaged by the registration of the mark may file a notice of opposition (or extension of time therefor) with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. If no party files an opposition or extension request within thirty (30) days after the publication date, then within twelve (12) weeks of the publication date a certificate of registration should issue. Below is the official mark and description. A direct link to the full gazette can be found at http://www.uspto.gov/web/trademarks/tmog/20110125_OG.pdf#page=1