Trademark Laws in U.S. & Canada Research Paper by The Research Group

Trademark Laws in U.S. & Canada
Involving unfair advertising & competition, piracy & other infringements. Examples, recommendations and global aspects.
# 20536 | 3,375 words | 7 sources | 1993 | US

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" This study is concerned with trademark laws in the United States and Canada and how they relate to unfair advertising or competition, as well as how effective they are in stopping piracy and other trademark infringements. It will be argued that, while recent legislation within these two countries has made trademark infringements more difficult, trademark law still needs further definition in the international sphere.
Since the 1870s, trademark rights in the United States have arisen out of the marks in commerce, the basic premise being "no trade, no trademark." The federal trademark statute enacted in 1946 required U.S. trademark owners to submit proof of prior use when applying to register their marks in the Patent and Trademark Office. In 1989 changes in trademark legislation within the United States gave domestic firms an edge in competing against.."

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