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Trade  Mark Questions



I want a Trade Mark - what do I do?

What does "passing off" mean in the UK.

What if I want to protect a functional design as a Trade Mark?

Will there be a search performed by the UK Trade Mark Office?

What is a Community Trade Mark registration.

What about Trade Marks indicating geographical origin?

What is a lexical invention and why does it help get a Trade Mark
registered?

What is a certification mark (E.g. in UK Trade Mark practice)?

What is a collective mark (E.g. in the UK)?

What are the limits on a registered Trade Mark (In the UK)? What
can people still use it for?

The "Nice" classification system for Trade Mark registrations looks
very complicated - is there a summary?

As a licensee of a Trade Mark (registered under the 1994 UK
Trade Marks Act) can I sue for infringement?

What are the relative grounds for refusal of a Trade Mark (in the
UK).

What are the consequences of revocation and invalidity for a Trade
Mark in the UK.

What transactions are registrable under the 1994 UK Trade Marks
Act.

What are the consequences of a failure to record a registrable
Trade Mark transaction in the UK.

What is conversion in a Community (EU) Trade Mark (CTM)
registration?

What is seniority in a Community (EU) Trade Mark (CTM)
registration?

What is "coexistence" in a Community (EU) Trade Mark (CTM)
registration.

What is the effect of a registration obtained under the Madrid
Agreement.

What happens if my Trade Mark family suffers a successful central
attack under the Madrid Agreement (or the  Protocol).

Which major countries have no Trade Mark opposition procedure.

Mexico, Russia, Italy, and Poland (there may be others).


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