distinctiveness


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According to Roche, many universities neglect to focus on the distinctiveness that will allow them to differentiate themselves from other institutions, which is necessary for them to flourish.
Perhaps more importantly, the case focuses our attention on what it takes to prove acquired distinctiveness, and demonstrates how the Board is still going to require no more than minimal third-party use, even without requiring absolute exclusivity.
Applying the upper echelon arguments, we propose that characteristics of the founding core team are important contributors to the quality of the organizational blueprints during the early years of the new venture, as reflected in the internal consistency and distinctiveness of the dominant set of HR values adopted by the venture during their early growth phase.
I have learned that recent graduates think that the distinctiveness of their honors education involves their ability to handle ambiguity, to tolerate disagreement, to be friends with people of different political stripes, and to be more intellectually self-sufficient.
The Court, therefore, noted that, in a situation such as that of the present case, OHIM and, consequently, the General Court, must verify the way in which the relevant public perceives the sign which is identical to the national trade mark, solely in relation to the mark applied for, and evaluate, if necessary, the degree of distinctiveness of that sign.
In addition to the analysis of the law on confusion and distinctiveness, J.Lemieux's explanation of the evidence and why it was insufficient to prove use is very instructive to counsel when preparing affidavits in both court and Trade-mark Opposition Board actions and to trade-mark owners in terms of their retention of business records.
A statement from the trust said: "The reviews will look at the services' performance including the stations' usage, quality, distinctiveness and value for money, and the BBC's future plans for the services."
The first, "The Distinctiveness of Being Human," provides reflections on the role humans play in each of the three faiths, including the shared Jewish and Christian Genesis concept of being created in the image of God (imago Dei), and the Qur'anic concept of human vicegerency (the human as khaifa).
Cold War Air Museum, ruling the Air Museum failed to produce evidence disproving the Cold War Museum's acquired distinctiveness.
Through the lens of Jewish primary and rabbinical education, author Jeffrey Haus shows that even integrated French Jews sought to set limits on assimilation and struggled to preserve a sense of Jewish distinctiveness in France.
But this distinctiveness was not sufficient for judges to protect the design as a trademark.
PHYLOGENETIC DISTINCTIVENESS OF THE ENDANGERED ALABAMA RED-BELLIED COOTER (PSEUDEMYS ALABAMENSIS BAUR).
R.'s interest is in the distinctiveness of Christian emotion-virtues, distinctiveness based upon the concepts and narratives of the Christian faith.
Trade dress may have inherent distinctiveness or it may have acquired distinctiveness.
The events showcased the parks and celebrated local distinctiveness, whilst developing the skills and local profile of the community groups.