What do I do if I want to change my goods and services listed in my application?

If you want to change the goods and services listed in your trademark application, you will need to file an amendment to your application with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). The amendment must specify what goods and services you would like to change, as well as provide a justification for the change.

There are a few reasons why you may want to change the goods and services listed in your trademark application:

Expansion: If your business has expanded and you would like to include additional goods and services in your trademark protection, you can amend your application to include these new goods and services.

Reduction: If you no longer offer certain goods or services, you can amend your application to remove these goods and services.

Correction: If there is an error in your goods and services description, you can amend your application to correct the error.

It is important to note that any changes made to your goods and services listed in your trademark application will be subject to review and approval by the USPTO. If the changes are not approved, your trademark application may be denied or delayed.

In conclusion, if you want to change the goods and services listed in your trademark application, you will need to file an amendment with the USPTO. Any changes made to your goods and services listed in your trademark application will be subject to review and approval by the USPTO.