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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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A brand name that is distinctive (and not descriptive of your products) is much easier to protect through obtaining a registered trade mark, and often becomes more recognisable because of its originality (for example "Apple" to describe computers/mobile phones or "Orange" to describe a telecoms network).
New Delhi [India], July 5 ( ANI ): The Centre on Wednesday clarified that in the context of the new Goods and Services Tax (GST), the five percent tax slab will be levied only on the supply of those goods whose brand name or trade name is on the Register of Trade Marks and is in force under the Trade Marks Act, 1999.
He is a hugely talented trade mark attorney whose experience speaks for itself.
In the short term, despite the current uncertainty, the scope or validity of EU-wide trade marks, designs or patents will not change until the UK formally leaves the European Union.
Kate Cruse, a UK and European trade mark attorney based at the Liverpool office, said that as a firm, Forresters looks out for and supports young entrepreneurs.
The issue for Middle East and other foreign businesses which have an export manufacturing base in China is whether OEM constitutes trade mark infringement in China.
Other examples include memorable logos, jingles, taglines, colour or even potentially movement marks (such as Bradford & Bingley's UK trade mark registration for the movement of two gentlemen raising their bowler hats).
Draft reforms of EU legislation on registering national and European trade marks still have some way to go before being adopted, the member states' competitiveness ministers have shown in a status report(1) - underlining conflicts between member states and the Commission - published on 2 December in Brussels.
bbc), ICANN has created the Trademark Clearinghouse (TMCH) to help all rights holders prevent abuse of their trade mark rights.
But he concluded that Cadbury's purple trade mark should only apply to packaging for some types of milk chocolate and drinking chocolate.
Broadly stated, *2029 the question at issue is whether a person who has imported goods bearing the mark into the EEA and offered them for sale there without the consent of the trade mark proprietor, is entitled to defend an action for infringement on the ground that the proprietor of the mark is engaged in conduct calculated to obstruct the free movement of such goods between member states or to distort competition in the EEA market for them.
A smAll Northern Ireland company has come out on top in a dispute with a leading UK retailer over a trade mark.
According to the model of establishing of the consumer value of a trade mark, which is proposed for determination of both the individual value of a trade mark and the value of competing trade arms, the price of an item of goods is viewed as a factor having the least effect on the value of the trade mark: the higher the price, the more valuable is the trade mark as perceived by the consumer (Ruzeviciute et al.
They say it is all too easy to fall foul of trade mark and other intellectual property laws -and end up paying a hefty penalty.