Well-Known Trademark

The phrase “well-known trademark” was originally defined in the Paris Convention for Protection of Industrial Property in the year 1883, when the standards for the safeguarding of well-known trademarks were considered but didn’t set down any conclusions.

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The distinctiveness of a trademark

When we think of a product, we instantly think of its brand and source. We even recall the classic slogans, logos, and colour scheme of the package design. The signs, logos, and slogans that give a product its identity are alluded to as its trademark.

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