No. I am able to charge such reasonable and affordable rates because I am not a big firm with associates and paralegals and parking garages and complicated discovery and legal research software to pay for. You need those things if you’re going to defend against an opposition or oppose someone else’s trademark. So to keep my costs low (and pass those savings on to you), and because I don’t like litigating, Wolfe Legal Services does not litigate cases, either in opposition proceedings or appeals before the Trademark Trials and Appeals Board or in federal district and circuit courts.
However, I will monitor your application throughout the entire process and promptly let you know if your mark is being opposed and advise you on the next steps to take. And after your mark is registered, I can monitor your mark on a semi-annual basis for applications that you may want to initiate opposition proceedings against, if you decide to employ me for such.