Policy > Comments from the Public > Comments On Teas Plus Proposed Rule > Cathryn J. Quinn
Cathryn J. Quinn
From: Quinn, Cathryn J. [mailto:cquinn@...]
Sent: Monday, April 11, 2005 2:40 PM
To: TM TEASPLUS Comments
Subject: Teas Plus applications

I have a concern about the "Teas Plus" applications.  From what I gather from the proposal, a response to an Office Action must be e-filed through TEAS.  If the response has substantial evidence, i.e., 50-200 pages of evidence, doesn't that evidence have to be scanned in one page at a time?  We have had a few substantial responses and have chosen to file them paper since it takes much less time than it would to scan each separate page.  Has there been an update to the TEAS Office Action response form to allow for numerous pages of evidence? 


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