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Trade Name

1. The name used by a business, even if that is not its legal name. For example, the trade name for Investment Corporation may be InvestCorp. The trade name sometimes has no relation to the company's actual name.

2. See: Brand Name.
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ARTICLE (8): A trade name shall enjoy protection in compliance with the provisions of this law once his trade name has been incorporated into the registry of trade names and the proprietor of a trade name shall have the right to block third parties from using his trade name or any similar sign which could mislead or confuse the public as regards the products or services associated with his trade name.
We are pleased to sign the agreement with DSOA, which will contribute in enhancing the level of services provided to customers by creating a streamlined and unified system for registration of trade names," added Al Qamzi.
Detailed information on surfactants is referenced by trade name, chemical component, chemical synonym, function/application, and supplier.
It remains to be seen whether the courts will agree with the IRS's position (particularly with respect to its position that trademarks and trade names are part of the goodwill of a company rather than separable intangible assets).
The Chemical Manufacturers Directory of Trade Name Products centralizes information about the chemicals and materials that are produced for the worldwide chemical market.
tax consequences of a transfer or license of a trade name in a foreign jurisdiction is largely dependent on the status of the entity producing and marketing the product abroad.
This reference integrates data on more than 11,400 of these trade name and generic chemicals used in the overall manufacture and delivery of textiles.
1972(e)(3)(i) provides generally that the acquisition of a franchise, trademark, or trade name constitutes the acquisition of all or a substantial portion of a trade or business.
Expansion costs and litigation costs associated with trademarks and trade names can be significant.
PROVIDED THAT nothing contained in this order shall prohibit AICPA from formulating, adopting, disseminating, and enforcing reasonable ethical guidelines governing the conduct of its members with respect to solicitation, advertising or trade names, including unsubstantiated representations, that AICPA reasonably believes would be false or deceptive within the meaning of Section 5 of the Federal Trade Commission Act;