The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office is revving up correspondence with in-house counsel to let them know how the agency can help meet their intellectual property needs, according to a panel of IP regulators at the annual meeting of the Association of Corporate Counsel in Phoenix on Tuesday.

The panel included Mary Boney Denison, the USPTO’s commissioner for trademarks, and Molly Kocialski, the director of the USPTO Rocky Mountain Regional Office based in Denver. Denison and Kocialski said the agency wants to increase communications with in-house counsel to promote how they can be of assistance as patent and trademark filings remain high.

Molly Kocialski, Director of the USPTO’s Rocky Mountain Regional Office.

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