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a name or other device placed on merchandise to signify its ownership or manufacture

to set off by or as if by a mark indicating ownership or manufacture

Synonyms for trademark

a distinctive characteristic or attribute

a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product

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mark with a brand or trademark

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register the trademark of

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Forresters provided trade mark advice to Angel - registering the name Pawabella as a trade mark.
Registered trade marks enable the owner to control who uses the mark in trade in connection with particular goods or services.
Both where a business is based and the geographical scope of its customer base will impact on the jurisdictions in which its trade marks and what trade marks should be protected.
The Sunrise period--for each new gTLD launched, there is a 30-day period during which rights holders who have submitted their trade mark information to the TMCH can register a domain name (e.
It is advisable to carry out searches for trademarks or business names that are phonetically similar or differ by just a letter or two, particularly if these names have secured trade mark rights in a similar category of goods or services.
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.
The Trade Marks Examiner ruled that "Nuckin Futs" was an "obvious spoonerism" and deemed it ineligible for registration under section 42 of the Trade Marks Act.
Accordingly, the Court noted that the validity of a national trade mark may not be called into question in proceedings opposing the registration of a Community trade mark, but only in cancellation proceedings brought in the Member State in which the national trade mark was registered.
Will, who joined the Newcastle firm five years ago, has taken several exams over the last three years and has attended the Advanced Trade Mark Law course at Queen Mary University, London in order to obtain this qualification.
For example, FIFA has registered 'World Cup 2010' as a European Community trade mark across a wide range of product sectors, and the FA has registered 'Three Lions' in both text and visual form to cover products as diverse as shampoos, keys and kitchen utensils.
Arla had registered the trade mark Puck in relation to Class 29 goods - milk and milk products.
Registering the mark gives the business the right to sue for trade mark infringement.
Businesses without a registered trade mark could miss out on the registration of .
REGISTER your business name as a trade mark - but check existing trade marks first.