Trade Name

(redirected from Tradenames)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia.

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.
References in periodicals archive ?
Company also has available a range of smoke suppressants and inorganic flame-retardant synergists under the tradename of Smokebloc.
The Tax Review Board ruled (38) that a number of DHCs licensing trademarks and tradenames to in-state affiliated entities were doing business in the state.
Contents include a historical survey, classification and structure, styrenic block copolymers, multi block copolymers, hard polymer/elastomer combinations, graft copolymers, ionomers and core-shell morphologies, commercial applications of thermoplastic elastomers, economic aspects, tradenames and glossary, and future developments.
Grades are available as dry powders; damped with oils, water or plasticizers; as dispersion in oils, water or plasticizers; or predispersed in nondusting forms under the tradenames of Fyrebloc for pellet concentrates and Envirostrand for a high loading patented strand product.
In 1991, it formed SWIMC and DIMC under Delaware law to hold certain tradenames, trademarks and service marks that it had developed.
Information is provided on tradenames and suppliers.
A circuit court upheld two decisions of the state tax court that an out-of-state Delaware subsidiary holding and managing trademarks, service marks and tradenames for an affiliated group is not subject to Maryland corporate income tax, because the affiliate is a nonphantom entity (i.e., it has substance).(5) Both decisions have been appealed to the state's highest court.