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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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While Kuhns and his partners had to cancel last year's hoped-for mega drag event, Kuhns continued to pursue a trademark, and he has confidently rescheduled the pageant for the first weekend in November of this year.
When your search is done, you can file your application for a trademark at either the state or federal level through the Secretary of State ($50 to $120) or the U.
Alternatively, the regulations could treat costs incurred in connection with trademarks and trade names in a manner similar to the rule for renewals.
Careful instructions should be provided to identify only costs associated with "arbitrary" and "suggestive" trademarks for which protection is afforded and therefore a capital asset created.
specializes in protecting and defending the intellectual property assets, copyrights and trademarks for their clients.
Protecting intellectual property is the essence of our business and being recognized by the USPTO as being the nation's leading law firm filer of trademark applications underscores the importance owners of valuable brands place on fully protecting their trademark rights," said Larry Apolzon, a Fross Zelnick partner.
All product titles, publisher names, trademarks, artwork and associated imagery are trademarks, registered trademarks and/or copyright material of the respective owners.
NameProtect's RxQuery addresses this important gap in current pharmaceutical search coverage by providing trademark professionals with a sophisticated search tool to uncover potential trademark conflicts on the Internet, the most comprehensive pharmaceutical database in the world.
The 2005 edition of Dechert's Trends in Trademarks, now in its 13th year, is an unusual vantage point on the public's perceived appetite for new products and services.
LUENEBURG, Germany -- One of the currently best-known advertising slogans, from the eBay auction house, has become the object of a taut trademark dispute, as is reported today by the online-magazine for brandname owners "Markenbusiness," on www.
CASTLEVANIA" is registered trademarks of KONAMI CORPORATION (C) 1986 2005 KONAMI & Konami Computer Entertainment Tokyo
LUNEBURG, Germany -- International conflicts concerning domain names and trademarks are expensive and are becoming ever more so.