Trademark Acquired Distinctiveness
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- Khonsu, "the Traveller", referring to the moon wandering across the sky. Divine child of Amun and Mut, one of the Theban Triad. Depicted as a young boy in the form of a mummy, wearing the side-lock of youth and with the moon crescent above his head....
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- Mut is the mother of Khonsu and wife of Amun at Thebes. She can be traced back to the Middle Kingdom, but was probably worshipped earlier. She was depicted as a woman with a vulture skin on her head, together with the crown of Upper Egypt. Mut became the Eye...
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- Mythic Heroes of Celtic Ireland
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- Page 1 of 63 - International Trademark Association
- When registering product label trade dress as a trademark, acquired distinctiveness. (secondary meaning) must always be proven.
- ognized as a trademark.
- TRADEMARKS: Building A Brand
- showing of acquired distinctiveness. In other words, the mark must have “ acquired distinctiveness” as a trademark before legal protection is given.
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- Registration of three-dimensional trademarks for shape of "Y" chair and Jean
- However, the court annulled the JPO's decision regarding Article 3 (2) JTMA, holding that the trademark acquired distinctiveness through a secondary meaning. The characteristic shape of the armchair had the same design since 1950.
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- TMEP Section 1212, Acquired Distinctiveness or Secondary
- Acquired Distinctiveness or Secondary Meaning.
- Acquired Distinctiveness
- ACQUIRED DISTINCTIVENESS (UNDER SECTION 2(F)).
- Trademark Acquired Distinctiveness | Trademark Services
- Feb 11, 2011 In order for a word, name, phrase, symbol, design, or other device to function as a trademark, it must be distinctive.
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