Attorney Riddle, with EsquireTrademarks.com, is here to help you understand the inevitable Supplemental Register Questions.
There are two registers at the United States Trademark Office: The Principal Register and the Supplemental register. The Supplemental Register is a secondary register, which allows for the registration of marks that are not capable of functioning as trademarks (standing alone), but may in the future (after years of use and public recognition) achieve trademark status.
Did you know?
PHILADELPHIA Cream Cheese is an example of a Supplemental Register mark on the Principal Register!
For more, visit What is the Trademark Supplemental Register?