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Trademarks
One of the main challenges in securing the registration of 3D trademarks lies in the recognition of its distinctive character. These marks are rarely considered distinctive on their own and face many objections based on this ground. While it is possible to prove that a 3Dmark has acquired distinctiveness through use, in practice, it seems...
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You must have come across various classic trademarks, but what about the non-traditional ones? Businesses are increasingly turning to non-conventional marks in the hope of making their brand memorable. 3D shapes are one such. This article provides you with information on the registration of 3D trademarks in Singapore and the criteria for their protection. Among...
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As a business owner, it is very important to secure protection for your trademark to obtain monopoly over it. Once your trademark registration is approved, you have exclusive rights to use the trademark and to prevent other parties from using it without your prior authorization within a jurisdiction.
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Obtaining a trademark registration in Singapore is important for business owners who plan to enter the Singapore market. As the owner of a Singapore trademark registration, you will have the exclusive right over that particular trademark.
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As the climate agenda intensifies, consumers are increasingly conscious of how technology affects the landscape. Sustainability is the new way of doing business and it is becoming an integral part of many companies’ philosophy. If consistent with a brand’s positioning, it will not only increase its value, but also guarantee a long life for the...
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The company, Dhamani Jewels DMCC (“the Applicant”), filed an application for the mark dhamani iphub asia (“the Application Mark”) in classes 14 and 35 in Singapore on 4th October 2017. The subject mark was opposed by Damiani International BV (“the Opponent”) on the basis of their prior trademark Damiani, registered in class 14.
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Once a trademark application has passed the substantive examination, it is published in the local trademark gazette for opposition purposes. In the two-month period following this publication date, any interested party is entitled to file an opposition to challenge the registration of the mark.
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The company, Keep Waddling International Pte. Ltd. (“the Applicant”) filed an application for the mark ChampPengW in Singapore on 28th March 2017 in class 33 for “sparkling wines, all originating from Chile”
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The company POINT tec Products Electronic GmbH (the “Applicant”) filed an application for the mark in Singapore on 30th May 2017, in class 14. The subject mark was opposed by Compagnie des Montres Longines, Francillon S.A (the “Opponent”) further to publication on 20th July 2018, but unsuccessfully.
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As per the official order from Myanmar’s Ministry of Commerce (MOC), the soft opening period for filing trademark ap.plications under the new trademark registration system will be launched on 1st October 2020
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