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Jul 26, 2008


Evan Yares

The original trademark certificates were held by the ODA's attorneys, Perkins-Coie, for safe keeping. At least, they were when I was with the ODA (which I haven't been since 2006.)

In any event, as of September, 2004, the USPTO amended its rules to eliminate the
requirement that an application to
surrender a registration for cancellation be accompanied by the original certificate or a certified copy.

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