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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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The Trademark Law was initially submitted by the GCC General Secretariat and approved by the GCC Trade Cooperation Committee in 1987.
China was prominently featured as a country whose trademark laws can present problems for U.
Upcoming Supreme Court cases on trademark law include B&B Hardware, Inc.
often framed as a benefit afforded by trademark law to sellers.
It also puts confusion detection back in its proper place--not as the ultimate purpose of trademark law, but its tool.
consumer markets of the type that trademark law regulates.
In the opinion of [this] foreign-owned brewery, federal trademark law trumps state franchise laws.
Despite the recent vintage of domain-name disputes, it is important to explore the historical underpinnings of trademark law before applying it to modern domain-name cases.
China's Trademark Law was adopted in 1982, (2) and experienced occasional amendments over the years, the most recent being in 2001, to meet China's treaty obligations arising from its ascension into the World Trade Organization (WTO).
The court, however, held that since the search engines were "neutral" about the content, the question of infringement of trademark law will not arise against them.
Europe's highest court has ruled in favour of Google over claims it infringed trademark law by selling keywords to trigger adverts for brand competitors.