Sunday, March 9, 2008

Trademark Law

The Englishmen in 13th century created trademark laws to avoid any replication of products from a certain company to another. During the 19th century, the Government of Britain along with the United States of America established and developed these laws under legal rules and regulation to prevent violations on trademarks of company’s products. Through these laws, it enhances progress in society and economy which it helps educate the purchasers in their decisions and prevent the integrity of the corporation of their goods and services.

Laws have been implemented to protect replicating new products. The law set forth rights to the owners to know who has the access to the information of that certain product. Trademark laws rendered rights to the business owners to thwart competitors from acting contrary to law, agreement, contract most especially in making significant effects to their business goods and services. With trademark law it protects all references and information involved in the trade image and name unlike with the copyright laws which only protect the duplication of the product.

Furthermore, the intellectual property rights mainly consist of three branches: the Patent Law, the Copyright Law and the Trademark Law. These laws provide in order to dissuade individual against illegal copying of a product mark or key. It set a purpose of having its original logo of a particular goods and services to assure consumers that this is an original and standard one that being established and made by the original company.


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