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  • Trademark

    GHS LAW PARTNERS Trademarks and Commercial Identifiers  Trademarks—also known as commercial identifiers or marks—can be words‚ phrases‚ logos‚ symbols‚ or  images. Sometimes a trademark is made up of two or more of these. You can look at just about any  product and see one or more trademarks. A trademark is used to identify a product as being unique to  the company that owns it‚ so therefore trademarks are extremely valuable to their owners. A trademark  can be identified with a company to indicate quality

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  • What is a Trademark?

    TRADEMARKS What is a Trademark A TRADEMARK is a word‚ phrase‚ symbol or design‚ or combination of words‚ phrases‚ symbols or designs is used in the course of trade which identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods or services of one enterprise from those of others. A trademark is different from a copyright or a patent or geographical indication. A copyright protects an original artistic or literary work; a patent protects an invention whereas a geographical indication is used to identify

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  • trademark cases

    Cadila Healthcare Limited Vs. Dabur India Limited(2008 (38) PTC 617. (Del.)(DB)) Course-LL.M Subject-Trademark Background (brief facts) The plaintiff in the present case is the owner of Cathilda Healthcare ltd‚and is known in the trading market to be the owner of the mark “SUGAR FREE”.Many of his goods are seen to have the mark which are named as "SUGAR FREE NATURA"‚ "SUGAR FREE GOLD" and "SUGAR FREE D’LITE"."SUGAR FREE" was actually coined and accepted

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  • Trademarks Notes

    Trademark Background A trademark is a slogan‚ word‚ design‚ or combination identifies the source of your goods and services distinguishes them from the goods and services Trademark- brand for goods and services Patent- protects invention Copyright- protects original artistic and literary work Trademark- business name to distinguish name and sources legal presumption that owner of mark legal presumption of exclusive right to use mark Puts public at note of ownership (R) You can register

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  • Unconventional Trademarks

    |Symbiosis Law School‚ Pune | |Care | Courage | Competence | |(A constituent of Symbiosis International University) | |(Established under

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  • Trademark and Product

    cccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccccc- ccccccccc fdgfgff gfgff gfdhfgs hhhhhhhhhhhghf Johnson and Johnson – www.jnj.com In Word‚ create a table to organize the information: Describe product mix () under the corporate brand by identifying the product width (categories of products) and depth (products within the categories) Pick 2 specific brands or product items. Describe the target market for each of the 2 brands. Explain your reasoning Johnson and Johnson – www.jnj

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  • Trademark, Copyright

    *Q1.What is a trade *mark ? A Trade Mark is a visual symbol in the form of a word ‚ a device ‚or a label applied to articles of commerce with a view to indicate to the purchasing public that is a good manufactured or otherwise dealt in by a particular person as distinguished from similar goods dealt or manufacture by other persons. Object of Trade Mark IS to deal with the precise nature of the rights which a person can a cquire in respect of a TM-The mode of acquisition of such rights -the

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  • Trademark and Similar Brands

    1. What is the purpose of a trademark? To distinguish the goods and servicesx of one trader to another. Once the trademark is registered‚ it provides legal protection for your brand which is protected in the whole of Australia. 2. Compare and contrat a trademark and business name Many people are confused with the difference between a trademark and a business name. A trade mark is what identifies the product or service. It also helps from distinguishing similar products from copy cat companies

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  • Trademark Infringement

    be attempting to infringe or dilute the use of the companies’ trademark. By remaining aware of what is occurring in the markets and keeping aware of those that may be attempting to benefit from the use of similar trademark a manager can alert the legal division of the company early on in order to allow the company to obtain injunctions against those attempting to infringe upon the companies trademark. From a managers perspective trademark infringement is important not only to the company but also directly

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  • TRADEMARKS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS

    BUSINESS LAW IN RELATION WITH INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY Academic School Year 2013/2014 TRADEMARKS AND INDUSTRIAL DESIGNS I. TRADEMARKS history and definition have always existed - many examples in History (craftmen...) distinctive sign which identifies certain goods or services as those produced or provided by a specific person or firm. type of industrial property what does a trademark do? provides protection to the owner of a mark by ensuring the exclusive right to use it to identify

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