tradename


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tradename

The name used to market a formally licensed drug or treatment.
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197(c)(2) makes this exclusion inapplicable to franchises, trademarks and tradenames, governmental licenses and noncompetition agreements.
will commence operations at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport in October 1993, also using the Alamo tradename under a license and marketing agreement.
In addition, a variety of the company's products, including its mid-range tractors, are manufactured by third parties to the company's specifications and are sold under various tradenames.
for sale by MBSI under its own tradename, "RealTech(TM).
Helen of Troy plans to market these products under its existing tradenames, while maintaining continuous availability of universal replacement cartridges for the millions of butane personal care products already being used by consumers.
In SYL and Crown Cork & Seal, the entities were formed as Delaware holding companies, to hold and manage intangible assets (including trademarks, tradenames and patents), which were licensed back to Maryland-affiliated entities for an agreed-on royalty fee.
The plant will include two injection molding lines and is designed to produce 250,000 tires annually using ITL patterns, compounds and tradenames.
operates 244 superstores under the Barnes & Noble, Bookstop and Bookstar tradenames and 717 mall stores under the B.
operates 239 superstores under the Barnes & Noble, Bookstop and Bookstar tradenames and 717 mall bookstores under the B.
operates 209 superstores under the Barnes & Noble, Bookstop and Bookstar tradenames and 728 mall stores under the B.