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proprietary name

A commercial name granted by a naming authority for use in marketing a drug/device product in a particular jurisdiction.

trade name

The trademark name or commercial trade name for a material or product
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The letter states that "[w]e believe that your company may have information which is relevant to the royalty and research and development fee issues in these cases." The letter proceeds to detail five areas in which the IRS is seeking information (including whether the company has ever entered a licensing agreement with Nestle or any related entity, whether the company has ever solicited non-Nestle related entities for the licensing of its trademarks and tradenames, and whether the company has ever purchased any trademarks, tradenames, or brand names).
In addition to its main listings of Products, Services & Equipment, TFIR features coverage of foodservice vendors, health and beauty aids, private and generic label manufacturers, equipment and supplies marketplace, food industry trade associations, health food, ethnic food, industrial ingredients, and brand names, tradenames and private labels.
"Farmers Insurance" and "Farmers" are tradenames for a group of affiliated insurers providing insurance for automobiles, homes and small businesses and a range of other insurance and financial services and products.
Farmers Insurance and Farmers are tradenames for a group of affiliated insurancers who offer insurance for automobiles, homes and small businesses along with a range of other insurance and financial services and products.
These agreements also give Calumet the exclusive use of LyondellBasell's registered trademarks and tradenames including: Tufflo, Duoprime, Duotreat, Crystex, Ideal and Aquamarine.
The problem with Shore, the B-word and DuPont's tradename for polychloroprene is that they are tradenames for certain products and don't represent all of the products of their type.
Grades are available as dry powders; damped with oils, water or plasticizers; as dispersions in oils, water or plasticizers; or predispersed in nondusting forms under the tradenames of Fyrebloc for pellet concentrates and Envirostrand for a high-loading patented strand product.