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Abstract of reported cases relating to trade marks (between the years 1876 and 1892 inclusive). With the statutes and rules by James Austen-Cartmell

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Published by Sweet and Maxwell in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Trademarks -- Great Britain.,
  • Trademarks -- Cases.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementBy James Austen-Cartmell
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii p., 1 £ ., 417 p.
Number of Pages417
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24151158M
LC Control Number33002764
OCLC/WorldCa3465448

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  The Trade Marks Act (the Act) was developed after a comprehensive review of the existing law and the developments in trading and commercial practices, increasing globalization of trade and industry, the need to encourage investment flows and transfer of technology, the need for simplification and harmonization of trade marks systems. It is first seen in sects. 77 to 84, inclusive, of the act of July 8, , entitled 'An Act to revise, consolidate, and amend the statutes relating to patents and copyrights.' 16 Stat. The part of this act relating to trade-marks is embodied in chap. 2, tit. 60, sects. to , of the Revised Statutes. The laws relating to trade mark infringement are enshrined under Section 29 of the Trade Marks Act, Trademark infringement occurs if a person other than the registered proprietor in the course of trade, in relation to the same good or services for which the mark is registered, uses the same mark or a deceptively similar mark/5. "Prohibited marks have different requirements and are not obtained through the same channels as the trade-marks discussed above. Thus, a prohibited mark is not registered but is merely published in the Trade-marks Journal with a view to giving public notice of its adoption and use by the requesting party.

Congress then passed the Trade Mark Act of , which was based on the Commerce Clause power, and therefore passed constitutional muster. The cases below were United States v. Steffens, United States v. Wittemean, and United States v. Johnson. The first two cases dealt with alleged counterfeiting of marks associated with ons: U.S. 82 (more)25 L. Ed. ; . In the first section I consider the functions played by trade marks from a theoretical standpoint. This section will be broadly descriptive, rather than prescriptive or normative. The aim is to build an accurate picture of how trade marks function in today's market, which could serve as the starting point for a decision as to which trade mark Author: Ilanah Simon Fhima. Abstract. Legal context. The article considers the influence of the commission ruling in the Microsoft case, forcing Microsoft to use its WINDOWS-trade mark foAuthor: Christian Rohnke.   Book digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Title from caption Published by the Patent Office, >; by Sweet & Maxwell for the Patent Office, Vol. 15 () have vol. title pages with title: Reports of patent, design, trade mark, and other casesPages: