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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_trademark_law

A trademark is a word, phrase, or logo that identifies the source of goods or services. Trademark law protects a business' commercial identity or brand by ...

cyber.harvard.edu/metaschool/fisher/domain/tm.htm

Overview of Trademark Law. 1. What is a trademark? 2. What sources of law govern trademarks? 3. What prerequisites must a mark satisfy in order to serve as a ...

www.bitlaw.com/trademark

Trademark law governs the use of a device (including a word, phrase, symbol, product shape, or logo) by a manufacturer or merchant to identify its goods and to  ...

www.uspto.gov/sites/default/files/documents/tmlaw.pdf

Jan 1, 2016 ... 37 C.F.R. PART 2-RULES OF PRACTICE IN TRADEMARK CASES. RULES .... PATENTS, TRADEMARKS, AND OTHER NON-PATENT LAW.

www.law.cornell.edu/wex/trademark

See Qualitex v. Jacobsen Products Co., Inc., 514 U.S. 159 (1995). In recent years , trademark law has expanded to include trade dress and antidilution protection ...

www.thomasfirm.com/trademarks.html

The purpose of trademark law is twofold: first, it is to aid the consumer in differentiating among competing products and second, it is to protect the producer's ...

www.hg.org/trademark-law.html

Trademark law governs the use of trademarks and service marks. Trademarks are a form of intellectual property. The law entitles the owner(s) to exclusive use of ...

www.trademark.iastate.edu/basics

The word trademark or trademark law is frequently used generically to encompass similar identifiers of origin such as service marks, collective marks, ...

www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/trademark-law

Okay you came up with a great business name or logo. You want to use it as your company's trademark (or service mark if you offer services). How do you make ...

www.ipwatchdog.com/2016/10/15/trademarks-a-basic-primer-on-trademarks-and-trademark-law/id=73854

Oct 15, 2016 ... In most instances the term “trademark” is simply used to refer to what the law calls either a trademark or a service mark, so do not be surprised if ...