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trademark

a word, symbol, or device assigned to a product by its manufacturer, registered or not registered, as a part of its identity. See also generic name.

trademark,

n a word, symbol, or device assigned to a product by its manufacturer, possibly registered, as a part of its identity.
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A call by The Advocate to Jeffrey Fosdick, the representative at the trademark office who helped Kuhns through the process, was not returned, and a spokesperson for the Patent and Trademark Office says the agency would not comment on the matter.
Recent legislation has made it possible for you to protect your trademark and your personal name from "cybersquatters"--people who register Web addresses for trademarked names, or anybody's name, and then try to sell them for huge profits.
The court noted that, among other evidence, there existed written communications between general counsels for DHL and DHLI, in which the former stated that the trademark could not be sold to a foreign purchaser without the consent of DHL and its board of directors.
3) Prior to repeal, section 177 permitted an elective amortization deduction of not less than 60 months for certain trademark and trade name expenses which otherwise would have constituted capital expenditures pursuant to section 263.
2) Canceled each of the 33 STEALTH trademark registrations listed in the complaint;