*** Berta, your comment below states: Reading your above reply to Lisa: “.. I stopped telling you my plans..” confirms that you already then had the plan getting registration for Thread Bears® and then use it against me and all other thread bear makers.
Here is an email from Lisa to you (taken from your evidence at the USPTO) where she told you what my “plans” were…which did not involve a trademark. As for the rest of your comment, it will be addressed in due time.
And again Berta we ask this question (which you neglected to answer): Why did Lisa come to you and think you would have the answers to why I didn’t trust her, when my email said nothing about you or your friend?
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SECTION 5 ANSWERS:
Lisa’s supposed first contact with Berta was on Jan 18 where she introduced herself, but on post 3, the day before, Lisa says “Hello again” and “thank you for answering my email” which means they were in contact before. So clearly, at least one of the emails was changed.
In post 2 Lisa claims that she hasn’t said or done anything against Sue, but in post 3 Berta said, “Thanks for comming to me. Better to talk abot this first and think what to do.” This shows she was already plotting/chatting with Berta. Sue didn’t even mention Berta’s name in that email, so why did Lisa email Berta the same day asking about Sue?
The emails to Berta were taken from her evidence at the Trademark Office exactly how she submitted them. In Lisa’s reply to Berta, her phone number is typed as “xxx-xxx-xxxx” instead of being blacked out, so that means that this email was retyped. Especially if the dates don’t make sense. So, we ask, what else could’ve been changed in these emails?
Post 1: An email to Lisa Defehr
Post 2: Lisa’s reply
Post 3: Email communication between Lisa and Berta (message obtained from Berta’s evidence online with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board)
Post 4: Email communication between Lisa and Berta (message obtained from Berta’s evidence online with the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board)