"Federal Trademark Registrations: Even Mistakes May Be Considered Fraud," Amanda H. Wilcox

Simple mistakes in listing the goods and services can lead to the invalidation of a federal trademark registration. The U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) granted a third-party’s request to cancel a trademark registration covering “stents and catheters” when it was discovered that the trademark owner was only using the mark with catheters, and not stents.