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Synonyms for trademark

Synonyms for trademark

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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The aim is thus to improve the treatment of trade marks which, in luxury goods or cars, for example, are very important to the economy of certain member states.
It is vital, therefore, that brand owners register their trade marks in China to diminish the risk of a third party registering their mark.
Melbourne, Jan 18 ( ANI ): The word "f " is a normal part of Australian speech, a lawyer said while arguing over the rejection of registration for the trade mark of a snack called Nuckin Futs.
The fact that the 'cK' trade marks, along with other distinct graphic representations of those letters, are well known protects them against the use of the letters 'CK' in the fashion sector, since, in that sector, those letters are identified with 'Calvin Klein,' so that the use of those letters by a third party would lead to confusion by association.
A trade mark can be seen as a badge of origin for a business that distinctively represents your goods or services.
Registering your company or product name with Companies House or owning the website does not give any trade mark rights.
These changes mean that it may be easier for applicants to register a new mark where owners of earlier conflicting marks are not vigilant in protecting their trade marks.
You should also search the trade mark register, not just in the UK but in all countries where you will use the brand, or commission a trade mark professional to do this for you.
Clarifying the implications of a registered brand name, the Centre drew upon Section 2 (w), read with Section 2 (t) of the Trade Marks Act, 1999, which provides that a registered trade mark means a trade mark which is actually on the Register of Trade Marks and remaining in force.
THE Cardiff-based intellectual property firm Wynne Jones IP has welcomed a specialist trade mark attorney to its team.
Forresters specialises in all areas of intellectual property, including patents, trade marks, designs and copyright.
Lucy is experienced across a wide range of trade mark matters including clearance searches, filing and prosecution of UK, community trade marks, foreign and Madrid trade mark applications, trade mark opposition and cancellation actions, as well as settlement negotiations, agreements and trade mark assignments.
Hence, the legal situation remains murky at this time and in order to avoid costly litigation, brand owners are generally advised to ensure that their trade marks are registered in China even though their only activity there may be via OEM manufacturing for products, which are ultimately destined for overseas markets.
Distinctive trade marks make a business instantly recognisable to both consumers and competitors.