Tag: Trademark law

The Trending Hashtag Culture Leading To Trademark Infringements In Social Media?”

Introduction Social media is a form of e- communication and a means of interaction, among which sellers share information, ideas and other contents via virtual groups and networks. Social media evolved in the 1990s and the launch of the early social media service was SixDegrees.com and Blogger- a portal for posting any personal blogs. Then, … Continue reading The Trending Hashtag Culture Leading To Trademark Infringements In Social Media?”

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Trademark : Principle Of Territoriality In The Virtual World

Introduction The increased competition among traders and trading companies in the world of commerce led to the development of the trademark concept. A trademark helps differentiate one product or company from another, making it easier for a customer to identify that product or company. The blog focuses on the trademark system’s territoriality principle. The innovations … Continue reading Trademark : Principle Of Territoriality In The Virtual World

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Trademarks Licensing and Franchising in Cambodia

Introduction With a continuous remarkable growth rate of 7.7% between 1995 and 2018, Cambodia’s economy is expanding quickly (World Bank, Cambodia Overview). Cambodia has changed from being categorised by the World Bank as a low-income country to a lower middle-income country over that time. A sizeable middle class had also grown, especially in Phnom Penh. … Continue reading Trademarks Licensing and Franchising in Cambodia

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Prior Use V. Prior Registration : Trademark Law

What is the difference between a Prior Use of a Trademark as opposed to Prior Registration of a Trademark? The Intellectual Property Appellate Board (hereinafter referred to as “the IPAB”) has scrutinized one of the most discussed issues of prior use and prior registration under the trademark law. In the case of Mandom Corporation v. … Continue reading Prior Use V. Prior Registration : Trademark Law

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GCC Trademark Law And Protection Of Cosmetic Products

Recognizing the importance of trademarks in the world of trade and business, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia adopted the Trademark Law by Royal Decree No. M/21 of 28 Jumada I 1423 on August 7, 2002. Saudi Arabia accepted the Gulf Cooperation Council States’ (Hereinafter referred to as “GCC”) New Trademarks Law (Hereinafter referred to as … Continue reading GCC Trademark Law And Protection Of Cosmetic Products

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Trademark Registration In UAE

Trademarks are brand names, symbols, or logos that are used to identify a company’s goods or services. A trademark is a name, words, signature, letter, symbol, drawing, figure, inscription, picture, or advertisement that is used to identify a group of items, goods, and services as belonging to one owner or coming from one source. [Picture … Continue reading Trademark Registration In UAE

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Anti-Counterfeiting Measures In UAE

The United Arab Emirates is made up of seven emirates: Abu Dhabi (the capital), Ajman, Dubai, Fujairah, Ras Al Khaimah, Sharjah, and Umm Al Quwain. The UAE has an open economy with a high per capita income and a large yearly trade surplus thanks to its naval history and unusually enterprising culture. The country’s free … Continue reading Anti-Counterfeiting Measures In UAE

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A Comparative Study Of Judicial Approach Between India And U.S.A.

INTRODUCTION Trademark protection legislation was enacted to give trademark owners exclusive proprietary rights, a monopoly over their trademarks, and safeguard the public’s goodwill. Trademark protection was designed to prevent the sale of counterfeit goods under a well-known brand name, but when these owners go above and beyond their legal rights to defend their mark, the … Continue reading A Comparative Study Of Judicial Approach Between India And U.S.A.

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The Satan Shoe Case: An Analysis of the Trademark Tussle between Nike and MSCHF

Commerce, fashion and branding giant Nike got into a trademark tussle yet again as recently as five months ago when Nike sued Brooklyn based MSCHF Product Studio Inc. over its latest launch of the Satan Shoes in collaboration with the Atlanta based artist “L’il Nas X” over his recent release of “MONTERO (Call me by … Continue reading The Satan Shoe Case: An Analysis of the Trademark Tussle between Nike and MSCHF

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Artificial Intelligence: A Looming Threat To Trademark Law?

“Humans looking for similarities in trademarks is an awful, inefficient, error-prone job, and one that computers can do much better than people” -Charles Hill, Product Leader and Strategist at Trademark Now The market is a dynamic place and the way people purchase goods and services has changed constantly over the years. In the Victorian era, … Continue reading Artificial Intelligence: A Looming Threat To Trademark Law?

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