Yes. You need to hire an attorney to handle this.
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There have been seven questions in the last few days asking about TTAB cancellation procedures. The questions have ostensibly come from Denver, LA, and Miami. Each question has been answered. I now think that all the questions come from the same person who is attempting to act as his own attorney -- to his detriment. For the next 10 days I will not answer any questions about TTAB cancellation proceedings.
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Question cancellation proceeding at Avvo -- Can I ask you to suspend this never ending stream of TTAB cancellation questions? There were answers from Avvo attorneys that dispose of ALL of your pleaded questions in the Avvo suite of TTAB cancellation questions and it will make a world of difference in that Avvo suite if you will dispose of your incessant TTAB cancellation questions and hire an attorney. It would practically knock out the Avvo suite .
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