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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 Department of Economic Development -- Ajman (DED) has taken a major stride in its effort to attract investors and build a business-friendly environment via its online 'Trade Name Reservation' portal.
When we talk about the brand or the identity of a company, we often think of these three things as being synonymous: the company's legal name, under which it is registered with a state government (its business name or trade name), the brand that the company uses to promote its products, and the domain name that the company uses to communicate online.
The Abu Dhabi Government recently issued a new Regulation for Trade Names titled "Administrative Decision No 7 for the Year 2014 Regulating Trade Names in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi" (hereinafter "Decision").
ARTICLE (5): Whilst observant to the fact that some trade names for commercial activities were applicable before the enforcement of the provisions of this law, a trade name cannot be registered for any commercial establishment or company if the name features any of the following descriptions: -Typical to a trade name of a well-known international company.
Drug Information Handbook with International Trade Names Index appears in its 19th updated edition for 2010-11 and is a clear 'must have' reference for any serious college-level health collection.
Once the search has been concluded and all is clear, SMBs should register their trademarks and trade names to place third parties on notice of their rights and to safeguard their IP assets from being infringed by third parties.
Complete trade names as well as the INCI nomenclature is requested.
"This agreement enables the DIFC Authority to access DED records and avoid duplication in the trade names registered by DIFC and DED.
In 2006, the IRS released Technical Advice Memorandum (TAM) 200602034, which overlaid on top of the two-step analysis above a restrictive rule relating to trademarks and trade names. In the TAM, the taxpayer exchanged, among other things, a group of trademarks and trade names for another group of trademarks and trade names.
No data exists specifically addressing the problem anaesthetists face in simply identifying medications accurately when only trade names are provided.
Summary: DUBAI - Dubai Department of Economic Development (DED) and Dubai Silicon Oasis Authority (DSOA) have signed a cooperation agreement to unify reservation procedures for trade names to avoid their duplication across the emirate.
But lawyers and marketers also need to be mindful of the state ethics issues involved with firm names, trade names and nicknames.