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A Guide to trade-marks.

A Guide to trade-marks.

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Published by Consumer and Corporate Affairs Canada in [Ottawa], Canada .
Written in English


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PRIORITY 3.

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LC ClassificationsIN PROCESS
The Physical Object
Pagination24 p. ;
Number of Pages24
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1520099M
ISBN 100662202759
LC Control Number93206831

Word Trade Marks are the most common types of Trade Marks applied for. They also offer the broadest protection. However, to be successful in your application it’s important that your word Trade Mark is distinctive. If you are applying for an image or combined Trade Mark, be sure that you have a GIF or JPG file of your image available to upload.   A Practical Guide to Trade Mark Law (5th Edition) by Amanda Michaels and Andrew Norris OUP, 20 March This is a new edition of a well established text which provides a comprehensive, digestible and approachable guide to trade mark law and passing off.

The new edition of a well-established text, A Practical Guide to Trade Mark Law provides a comprehensive, digestible and approachable introduction to trade mark law, explaining the technicalities of the law in plain, accessible : Amanda Michaels, Andrew Norris. Trademark Basics A Guide for Business TM The designations TM and SM are often used for trade-marks and service marks that are not registered, and serve as informal notices to the public that a word, logo, slogan, design, etc., is being used as a mark andFile Size: KB.

Books and Price Guides. Many works have been written on maker's marks, hallmarks and other identifying marks of specific types of antiques. Price guides often include information on marks and other methods of identifying antiques. The following are several examples: Antique Trader's Doll Makers and Marks: A Guide to Identification by Dawn HerlocherAuthor: Terry Hurley. A Guide to Trade-marks Describes what a trade-mark is, how to make sure your trade-mark is registered, and what the process for registration involves. View website.


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