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- Table of Contents Introduction 2 What can be protected as a Trademark 3 Colors Fragrances& Sounds 3 Certification and collective marks 4

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Unformatted text preview: Table of Contents Introduction ............................................................................................................................................................ 2 What can be protected as a Trademark? ............................................................................................................ 3 Colors, Fragrances, & Sounds: ...................................................................................................................................... 3 Certification and collective marks ................................................................................................................................. 4 Trade Dress and Product Configurations ..................................................................................................................... 4 Establishment of Trademark Rights .................................................................................................................... 5 Distinctiveness ................................................................................................................................................................. 5 Classification of marks and requirements for protection (Zatarains) ....................................... 5 Distinctiveness of Trade Dress and Product Configuration (2 Pesos, Wal-Mart) ....................... 8 Priority (Zazu) ................................................................................................................................................................. 8 Note on Geographic Limitations ............................................................................................... 9 Note on Priority and TM theory ............................................................................................... 10 Note on Secondary Meaning in the Making Problems ............................................................. 10 TM Office Procedures ................................................................................................................................................... 10 Principal vs. Supplemental Register ....................................................................................... 10 Grounds for refusing Registration (in re Nantucket) ............................................................... 10 Opposition .............................................................................................................................. 11 Concurrent Registration ......................................................................................................... 11 Incontestability (Park ‘N Fly) ...................................................................................................................................... 12 Infringement ......................................................................................................................................................... 12 The Requirement of TM Use (1-800 Conatcts)...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course LAW LAW6571 taught by Professor Abbott during the Spring '10 term at Florida State College.

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- Table of Contents Introduction 2 What can be protected as a Trademark 3 Colors Fragrances& Sounds 3 Certification and collective marks 4

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