In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(symbol, name)marca (de fábrica) feminine
- Intangible assets are a firm's nonphysical sources of value, such as its patents, brands, trademarks, copyrights, customer lists and other intellectual capital.
- Even more than corporate logos and trademarks, the symbolism embedded in flag design is emotionally, philosophically, and politically charged.
- I'm not advising anybody to break the law, or to violate trademarks or service marks or proprietary names or anything like that.
- You could register it as a trademark or service mark, but in this case, for what?
- They were to make a joint application with the Plaintiff for the registered trademark.
- Legal vigilance over brand names and trademarks is a product of our hyper-litigious society.
- In its simplest terms, a franchise is a license from the owner of a trademark or trade name permitting another to sell a product under that name or mark.
- Grounds for the refusal were not made public, but the 1996 Trade Marks Act forbids registration of trademarks which are ‘contrary to public policy or to accepted principles of morality’.
- The same symbol might function as a trademark, a service mark and a trade name, depending on the context in which it is used.
- All product names are either registered trademarks of the respective companies or fictional entities, work it out yourself!
- Some marketing managers who should know better suggest legally ineffective trademarks for their products.
- All other names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies.
- The author cites four key types of intellectual property: trademarks, copyrights, patents, and trade secrets.
- Generic words are never protectable as trademarks, and descriptive words are protectable as trademarks only upon showing of acquired distinctiveness.
- Users can also find out how to protect their intellectual property by attending a free intellectual property searching workshop on patents, trademarks and registered designs.
- Other problematic areas include intellectual property rights, trademarks and data protection.
- So we are now registering county crests as trademarks.
- Naturally, the different systems and jurisdictions for registering trademarks and domain names have given rise to immense difficulties.
- A firm that exits an industry might be able to sell its trademarks and brand names to a continuing firm, but most likely would recover only a small amount of its earlier spending on advertising.
- As such, the usefulness of trademarks in establishing brand names is their relevant aspect here.
2(distinctive characteristic)sello característico masculine
- Her most memorable roles are stamped with her trademark characteristics, by turns wry, matey and spikily defiant.
- Their distinctive, close-harmony singing became their trademark and survived musical fashion and family rifts.
- It features his trademark blend of R&B ballads and up-tempo tunes.
- Remediation is a trademark characteristic of weblogs but it is hardly a new idea.
- Their distinctive trademarks, those interlocking guitars and precise rhythms, are sharp and slick - although the songs don't exactly leap out at you.
- Diane touched her pen to her lips, her trademark sign that the guest has just said something deeply profound.
- The mount is one of the trademark positions of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.
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