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Trademark

A distinctive name or symbol used to identify a product or company and build recognition. Trademarks may be registered with the US Patent and Trademark Office.
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Trademark

A logo, insignia, or other distinctive sign identifying a company, product, or anything else. A trademark may be registered with a country's patent office and is protected from duplication. An example of a trademark is the unique check mark seen on Nike products. Trademarks are intangible assets because they can help build brand recognition and as such have value.
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trademark

A distinctive proprietary emblem, insignia, or name that identifies a particular product or service. A trademark is an intangible asset that may be protected from use by others.
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The Complainants have respectively registered trade mark rights in Fulham FC, Liverpool FC and Manchester United.
The notice also contended that, if Plaintiff used a trade mark during the non-use period (May 7, 2004 to May 8, 2007), it was a trade mark consisting of Barefoot with an image of a bare foot and not the registered trade mark and further that this use was not in good faith.
Any Music is a registered trade mark of Any Music Inc.
According to Ramage, there will be a four-month 'sunrise' period when preference is given to companies having an appropriate registered trade mark, before the actual registrations process is launched.
With this in mind came the future of soft elastic systems, Caligen Foam's SoftSeal[R], Registered Trade Mark No 2253599.
Federal Registration of trade marks under the Trade Marks Act provides many benefits including putting the public on notice of one's adoption of a trade mark and providing the owner the right to prevent use of the registered trade mark anywhere in Canada.
Actively protect your brand In principle, a brand can be protected by a registered trade mark. If you register your brand as a trade mark you obtain the exclusive right to use that trade mark in relation to the products or services listed in your trade mark application.
Anne le Bron appeared at Teesside Magistrates' Court yesterday where she admitted six charges of applying to goods packaging/a sign identical to or likely to be mistaken for a registered trade mark.
As you plan to use your logo in relation to your business, I recommend that you protect the logo as a registered trade mark and/or as a registered design.
Judge Birss dismissed Nestle's primary case saying: "Since, on the evidence the public associates the colour purple itself with Cadbury's chocolate, Cadbury is entitled to a registered trade mark for that colour on the relevant goods."
"I qualified as a registered trade mark attorney in 2003 and have worked at firms in London, Southampton and Del Mar CA."

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