DANIEL NESBITT | Hasse & Nesbitt
You can revive a patent application that went abandoned unintentionally, by filing a petition to revive the application promptly after discovering its abandonment, along with the required fees, and the response to the last final rejection action.
Answer Applies to: Ohio
Malhotra Law Firm, PLLC | Deepak Malhotra
You could possibly file a petition to revive depending on a variety of factors such as the reasons for the abandonment and when the application or other prior art was published. It may also be possible to file a new application; e.g., on improvements.
Answer Applies to: Washington
Devon & Associates | Marcia A. Devon
It is possible that you could revive your patent application or re-file the application depending on the facts. You should act immediately by contacting a licensed patent attorney. I do not understand your statement about having a "Trade Mark issued on the Idea". A famous judge is known for his quote: "ideas are as free as the air." Perhaps you have a name or a logo which you use in selling your product?
Answer Applies to: California