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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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What are the most significant trademark laws that affect companies?
Trademark Law for Attorneys: A 2012 Perspective Live Webcast is a must attend event for attorneys who need to be 100% up-to-date to help their companies and clients navigate the potentially tricky waters of Trademark Law.
Joel Levine, President and CEO of ABWF, stated, "There is a reason why we have trademark laws.
Though the USPTO has yet to publish any findings from the study, trademark law firm EMP&A has publicly posted the comments from more than 40 different businesses, individuals, and organizations.
Courts in developing modern trademark law through the interpretation of the text of the Federal Trademark Act, commonly known as the Lanham Act.
Todd brings a high level of experience and knowledge in trademark law to PCZL," said Zeev Pearl, managing partner of the firm, which specializes in providing legal services to innovation-driven companies and their investors.
Winners were determined by the magazine's editorial staff based on interviews with clients, lawyers, and other experts in the field of copyright and trademark law.
recently received a NameProtect Trademark Insider(R) Award as the leading trademark law firm in Detroit.
European trademark law; community trademark law and harmonized national trademark law.
Los Angeles, CA) has begun the production of The Cutting Edge Report, an online subscription newsletter that carries summaries and analysis of the latest federal trademark law decisions.
Trademark law does not impose a duty on Tiffany to police eBay's site: eBay designed the site and has the responsibility to police it.
He has chaired INTA's Leadership Meeting, Advanced Forum on the Trademark Law and Revisions Act, INTA's third annual "Trademarks in Cyberspace" forum, and other prominent trademark law conferences.