Trademark names

Differences between trade marks and domain names

Differences between trade marks and domain names A trade mark is a sign which can be represented graphically and is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one undertaking from those of other undertakings. An application for registration of trade mark shall be made to the Trade Marks Registry of

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November 19th,2019

Differences between trade marks and domain names

Differences between trade marks and domain names A trade mark is a sign which can be represented graphically and is capable of distinguishing the goods or services of one undertaking from those of other undertakings. An application for registration of trade mark shall be made to the Trade Marks Registry of

November 19th,2019

Sec II - Indian Patent Office

Sec II THE GAZETTE OF INDIA EXTRAORDINARY 3 and the fact that a description is a trade mark or part of a trade mark shall not prevent such trade description being a flase trade description within the meaning of this Act (j) “goods” means anything which is the subject of trade or manufacture :

November 19th,2019

Standing Committee on the Law of Trademarks, Industrial …

expressions “country names” and “names of States” are used interchangeably, as it has been the practice in the relevant SCT document series. Moreover and unless otherwise indicated, the word “trademark” is intended to cover marks that apply to both goods and to services.

November 19th,2019

PATENTS/DESIGNS/TRADEMARKS GEOGRAPHICAL INDICATIONS

Protection of Domain Names under the Trademark Law: With the increased use of technology and internet, domain names are serving as business identifiers and accordingly registration of domain names has been gradually increasing. The Indian Judiciary extended trademark protection to domain names in the case of Satyam Infoway

November 19th,2019

The Relationship between Domain Names and Trademark Law

current dynamic between domain names and trademark law. Trademark law initially developed in order to give holders of trademarks intellectual property rights. In contrast, the domain name system was not developed with the purpose of awarding some kind of intellectual property right to the holder of a domain name. The fact that a domain name ...

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