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A trademark, or "mark," is any word, phrase, symbol, design, sound, smell, color, product configuration, group of letters or numbers, or combination of these, adopted and used by a company to identify its products or services, and distinguish them from products and services made, sold, or provided by others The primary purpose of marks is to prevent consumers from becoming confused about the source or origin of a product or service. Marks help consumers quewer the questions: "Who makes this product?" and, "Who provides this service?"


A trademark, or "mark," is any word, phrase, symbol, design, sound, smell, color, product configuration, group of letters or numbers, or combination of these, adopted and used by a company to identify its products or services, and distinguish them from products and services made, sold, or provided by others The primary purpose of marks is to prevent consumers from becoming confused about the source or origin of a product or service. Marks help consumers quewer the questions: "Who makes this product?" and, "Who provides this service?" Product trademarks: are those that are affixed to identify goods Service trademarks: are used to identify the services of an entity, such as the trademark for a broadcasting service, retails outlet, etc. They are used in advertising for services. Certification trademarks: are those that are capable of distinguishing the goods or services in connection with which it is used in the course of trade and which are certified by the proprietor with regard to their origin, material, the method of manufacture, the quality or other specific features Collective trademarks: are registered in the name of groups, associations or other organizations for the use of members of the group in their commercial activities to indicate their membership of the group.

April,12 2019
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