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Trademark Law

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A Trademark is an exclusive sign that protects the identification of a product and sets you apart from your entrants indicating the source of the products. Trademark can be anything such as words, names, symbols, devices, design or any combination distinguishing your product from others’. Trademarks are a fundamental form of the intellectual property. Trademarks are usually employed through words, phrases, logos and symbols.  Moreover, shapes, sounds, device, fragrances, slogans and colors can also be registered as trademarks as are used to, few limitations. Trademark is a brand name of a product. For Expert consultation on Trademark Law you can, take advice from Trademark Lawyer or Trademark Attorney in your area.

Trademarks can consist of letters, numbers, sounds, smells, colors, or even product shapes used to promote and distinguish the product in the marketplace.
A trade mark must be:
Distinctive for the goods and services you provide
Not deceptive, or contrary to law or morality.

Trademarks allow businesses to avert others from using a similar mark, so that consumers know the origin of the goods they are purchasing. Trademarks means to  protect consumers, who know what they are buying, as well as provide an incentive for manufacturers or suppliers to consistently supply high-quality goods or services.The terms "trademark" are commonly used to refer to both trademarks and service marks. A service mark is the same as a trademark except that it identifies and distinguishes the source of a service instead of a product.

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