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    Advantages of Hiring a Trademark Attorney in Wisconsin. What is a trademark? A trademark is essentially a specific word, symbol, logo or a combination of any of the three that identifies a particular product or brand as one belonging to a specific company. A registered trademark is legally enforceable as it is protected by laws that seek to safeguard individuals’ or companies’ ideas from replication by others. The process of registering your trademark in isn’t however as simple as one might think

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    A trademark in simple terms is a distinctive and recognizable sign, design, or expression that helps a person to identify goods or services of a particular source from those of others. Generally, the subject matter of trademarks includes words, signs, label, heading, ticket, signature, logos, symbols or any combination of thereof so that it can be graphically represented in a static and two-dimensional manner. In recent times, the scope of trademark faces various challenges owing to the use of non-conventional

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    Trademark infringement is a growing concern to businesses that has caused disruptions in both local and international trade. Infringement is the violation of intellectual property rights in which violators take organizations/individuals ideas (trademark) and market them as their own. Another form of intellectual property is copyright that protects people’s creating expressions. In the case of infringement and copyrights, the accuser can file a claim against the alleged group/individual for using

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    determining whether a trademark is inherently distinctive or not, the courts have come up with certain tests. The classic test for determining a trademark’s distinctiveness was outlined in Abercrombie & Fitch Co. v. Hunting World, Inc. The Abercrombie spectrum is one of the most accepted one in trade dress cases, and is has a universal acceptance in determining trade dresses distinctiveness. The prime factors that are considered in the court are the degree to which the trademark or trade dress is generic

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    2. Trademarks Trademarks will include names or marks that are associated with Snapdeal’s products and services. While trademark rights are acquired by use, registering the company’s trademark with the Indian government Intellectual Property Office will enhance its rights. A trademark is typically a name, word, phrase, logo, symbol, design, image, or a combination of these. Clearly, it is notable that website content can infringe on trademark rights. The similarity of the marks and the similarity

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    Role of trademark in business/industry: Trademark is the current trend of industry that everyone follows. Trademark is not a fashion but it has emerged as current marketing trend of industry. The value of trademark is mostly observed in marketing management where promoters used the trademark just instead of the product name. This is called branding where basically one brands the trademark of the product or in higher level the trademark of the company. In other field of business like financial, consultancy

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    1- Why are trademarks and Patents so important to a company like Apple? What benefits do they provide? What kind of role did Apple patents play in its case against Samsung? Trademarks and Patents are important to big companies like Apple because the trademark gives them the right to decide who and who cannot use their patented invention. This benefits them because if they were not to have the trademark, anyone could recreate their product without the company's consent and make money off of the product

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    I remember, when first getting some answers concerning trademark law, thinking how exceptional it was that having your name be seen as "nonexclusive" was a ghastly thing. In light of current circumstances, when your picture got the chance to be synonymous with the thing you were putting forth (think Kleenex, Xerox, Band-Aid et cetera.) it inferred that you had genuinely overpowered the thing class. Be that as it may... on the off chance that you're a lawyer. Since the anxiety, clearly, is that if

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    creation of human intellect. The right enjoyed by creators over an intellectual property is called the intellectual property right. Among others, following intellectual properties can be used to protect the business or ideas from competitors. Trademark Trademark is very useful as it prevents others from using the mark owned by a person or business. For example, if ABC Corporation is the owner of mark “Alfa”, no one can use this mark without ABC Corporation’s permission. This enables

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    commonly referred to as “United States-Cuba ‘Havana Club’ Trademark Dispute case” has been one of the more controversial and potentially divisive cases before the World Trade Organization (hereinafter referred to as: “WTO”) to date. The European Union (hereinafter referred to as: “EU”) filed a complaint against the United States alleging that a law which prohibited the registration and enforcement in the United States of a Cuban trademark, “Havana Club” rum, which was licensed to the French company

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