Refers to a form of Copy Protection that either control access to a work or protect a right of a copyright owner. A technological measure "effectively controls access to a work" if the measure, in the ordinary course of its operation, requires the application of information, or a process or a treatment, with the authority of...
A few words to describe the general nature of the invention. Should not contain anyone's name, a fancy name (e.g. 'The Simplex Wheel', 'The Hercules Braces') a trade name, the word 'patent' or the abbreviation 'etc.
Is one of the domains at the highest level in the hierarchical Domain Name System of the Internet. For example, in the domain name www.example.com, the top-level domain is com.
A trade mark is a sign used commercially to distinguish goods and services of one trader from those of another. It can be letters, numbers, words, colours, a phrase, sound, scent, logo, shape, picture, aspect of packaging or any combination of these. A registered trade mark gives the owner the exclusive right to use, license...
Refers to any name used by a person to identify his or her business or vocation
The name under which a company chooses to operate. Trade names may or may not be considered trade-marks, depending on the circumstances.
Information known to a trader and kept out of the public domain for business advantage. The law protects against damage done to a business through unauthorised disclosure of trade secrets, but not against independent discovery of the trade secret.
A trade-mark agent is a person whose name is entered on the list of trade-mark agents and who is therefore entitled to practice before the Trade-marks Office.
A publication of the Trade-marks Office issued weekly and containing all approved applications and Office rulings.
The official listing of registered trade-marks.