Conducting a Trademark Search in India – Everything You Must Know

The Trade Marks Act, 1999 governs and deals with the mechanism of registration, protection, and illegal use of trademarks in India. Additionally, it also deals with the exclusive rights of a trademark owner, penalties for Trademark Infringement, remedies for damaged goods, and modes of transference of a Registered Trademark. In the market, a trademark performs the following four […]

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Position Marks

Some marks that label a product become distinctive just because of how they are positioned in a product. Today, we as consumers can easily identify the products of popular brands due to the positioning of some specific elements on the products, for instance, the three stripes of Adidas, Louboutin’s red sole shoes, or the red […]

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Protecting your Trademark from Non-Use Cancellation

It is becoming increasingly vital that Registered Trademarks are used to maintain their validity and their ability to be enforced against third parties. The removal of any registered trademark from the register of trademarks based on the non-use of the trademark during a specified period concerning the goods or products specified in the Trademark Application is termed as trademark […]

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Can QR Codes be Trademarked?

Those in the print industry have been eager to adopt quick response codes over the past few years. The relatively new advent allows the marketers to put the barcodes on several different items and allow smartphone users to scan them and discover more information. A QR (shorthand for ‘Quick Response’) code is a machine-readable matrix […]

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How to Obtain a Well-Known Trademark Status in India

A regime for the protection of well-known marks was first introduced by the Paris Convention in Article 6bis, which provides that: “The countries of the Union undertake, ex officio if their legislation so permits, or at the request of an interested party, to refuse or to cancel the registration, and to prohibit the use, of a trademark […]

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A careful dissection of the Madrid System

It is appropriately established that the Madrid System is bifurcated into the Madrid Agreement (1891) and the Madrid Protocol (1989). It was a welcoming introduction in the realm of trademarks for it sought to marshal and leave tangle-free the filing of trademarks abroad, which was regarded as being quintessential since trademark laws in all jurisdictions […]

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Key Points – Trademark Registration and Protection in Nepal

In the present highly competitive business environment, economies across the globe are becoming increasingly knowledge and technology-oriented, due to which, Intellectual Property (IP) has gained significant importance too. In line with this global development, Nepal has recognized the value of IP as well. There is indeed a growing trend in the nation both on the […]

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Netflix Secures ‘Space Force’ Trademarks Ahead of the US Armed Forces

The Netflix original comedy, ‘Space Force,’ starring Steve Carell and based on the new branch of the military launched by President Donald Trump, has quite recently obtained the Trademark Rights for the name before the US government. Space Force is the space warfare service branch of the US Armed Forces. According to various reports, the […]

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How to Monetize Your Trademarks?

No matter whether you have developed a fitness club, industry’s interesting technology, or a global agency, you as a businessman must protect every aspect of your Intellectual Property (IP). Undoubtedly, there are several ways in which you can do so, but the most vital one is registering your business’s or products’ actual name and the […]

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