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What is a Trademark | Trademark Definition A trademark (Commonwealth English: trade mark) is conventionally a distinctive sign of some kind, whether that sign comprises a name,

Registrable trademarks Not all marks can function as trademarks and there are certain restrictions on the extent to which exclusive rights can be established

Trademark Protection In order for the unauthorised use of a mark to be actionable, the use must occur in relation to products or services which are the

Trademark - Comparison with patents, designs and copyright While trademark law seeks to protect indications of the commercial source of products or services, patent law generally seeks to protect

Trademarks and Domain Names The advent of the Domain Name System has led to attempts by trademark holders to enforce their rights over domain names that are similar or identical to their existing trademarks, particularly by seeking control over the domain names at issue.

International trade mark laws It is important to note that although there are systems which facilitate the filing, registration or enforcement of trade mark rights in more than one jurisdiction on a regional or global basis (eg. the Madrid and CTM systems, see further below), ...

7 Advantages to Incorporating There's no question that hard work and a little luck is what it takes to BE successful.

Intellectual Property Law Intellectual Property Law can be quite confusing at times. Copyrights, trademarks and patents all have a role in protecting your hard earned content and knowing their role is half the battle.

Four Ways To Work Out Business Disputes Business owners have four options to resolve disputes with partners, vendors or customers. Each option is based on different assumptions, and entails a different cost. Therefore, it pays to understand them better.

Limit Your Liability to Protect Your Assets If your business runs into serious difficulty, will it bring you down too? For example, what if one of your employees got involved in a serious car accident while working for you? Will the resulting lawsuit bankrupt you personally?

Lawsuit Anatomy Learning the anatomy of civil lawsuits is as easy as spelling "CAT".

Protect Your Job & Wages When people call me about employment issues they don't realize one important law- in almost every state you are terminable at will.

Filing a Simple Bankruptcy We all know times are tough and, for some of us, bills are getting harder to pay each month. If the debts you owe are more than what you can afford, you should read on.


 

 
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