Intent-to-Use (ITU) Trademark Application

Intent-to-Use (ITU) Trademark Application

Definition

An application filed under the Lanham Act by a party reserving a mark for seniority purposes and alleging a bona-fide intent to use the mark at a future date. If the party completes the registration by using the mark in commerce, the party will be entitled to a constructive-use date on the date the ITU application was filed.

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