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Trademarks Composed of Dictionary Words

See Anthology of Commentaries — 2014 Trademarks composed of dictionary words are not protected against uses that take advantage of their semantic meanings. Dictionary words are the least protected outside of their particularly associations. On the classification scale, fanciful, arbitrary and suggestive are at the strong end of the scale, while descriptive and generic (if […]

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Assessing Closeness of Domain Name to Trademark

The UDRP analysis begins with assessing the closeness of the domain name to the trademark. Identical is letter by letter the same; similar is a string that can be confused with the trademark. A complainant has standing to maintain a proceding only if it can show that the  accused domain name raisees the probability of […]

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