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Trademark dilution

federal, state, and international law

by David S. Welkowitz

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Published by Bureau of National Affairs in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Places:
  • United States.,
  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Trademark infringement -- United States.,
    • Trademarks -- Law and legislation -- United States -- States.,
    • Trademarks (International law)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid S. Welkowitz.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKF3193 .W449 2002
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxv, 493 p. ;
      Number of Pages493
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3570688M
      ISBN 101570183139
      LC Control Number2002074645

      Trademark Dilution by Tony Martino (Author) › Visit Amazon's Tony Martino Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about . Analysis Dilution Under the Trademark Laws The threshold requirement for a dilution claim is that the mark is “famous.” Dilution can occur in one of two ways, either dilution by “blurring.

      TIP: To constitute trademark infringement, the two marks don't have to be exactly alike -- just confusingly similar. Unlike most things in life, close is good enough. Under the Trademark Dilution Act of , which became law in , the owner of a "famous" trademark can now stop someone from using its trademark . Trademark dilution is a legal clause that allows the company to prevent others from using such a mark in a way that would lessen the unique standing of the trademark. The Federal Trademark Dilution Act of states the owner of a trademark can take legal action against anyone who purposefully blurs or tarnishes a trademark.

      Intellectual Property Advisor. On October 6, , President Bush signed into law the Trademark Dilution Revision Act of This amendment is widely regarded as a response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s .   Trademark Dilution Claims and How they Differ from Infringement. Trademark dilution occurs when another entity uses a trademark in such a way as to cause a protected mark’s .


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Trademark dilution by David S. Welkowitz Download PDF EPUB FB2

What remedy does a car manufacturer have to prevent the use of its trade mark for cosmetics, confectionery, office furniture, or any one of a number of dissimilar uses.

Except in cases of public. The Federal Trademark Dilution Act allowed trademark owners to bring Trademark dilution book in federal court for trademark dilution. True A trademark can be diluted by the use of a similar mark.

d) trademark dilution a Copious Bounty, LLC, and other companies operate social media Web sites, issue apps for mobile devices, obtain ad revenue from search engines, and sell directly to consumers from. Trademark Dilution: Federal, State, and International Law, Second Edition helps sort through the controversy and confusion surrounding the Trademark Trademark dilution book Revision Act (TDRA) ofthe Cited by: 1.

Home» Tarnishment. Tarnishment. Tarnishment, blurring and dilution are all part of trademark infringement, while tarnishment and dilution specifically involve the exploitation of a well-known. In this book, we tilt towards the terms “trademark” and “mark” and ­seldom use “service mark.” InCongress enacted the Trademark Dilution Revision Act, which established dilution Book Edition: 12th.

Trademark Dilution Law Trademark dilution is covered under some state laws and federal laws. The Federal Trademark Dilution Act of preempts the state laws. Under the Federal Trademark. Trademark dilution is a trademark law concept giving the owner of a famous trademark standing to forbid others from using that mark in a way that would lessen its uniqueness.

In most cases, trademark dilution involves an unauthorized use of another's trademark on products that do not compete with, and have little connection with, those of the trademark. The recent US Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) decision, in Toro Co. ToroHead, Inc. (see Bulletin article, Vol.

57, Iss. 2), may have a “chilling” effect upon oppositions and cancellations based. The Trademark Dilution Revision Act. Much of this turmoil was resolved inwhen Congress enacted the Trademark Dilution Revision Act (TDRA). That revised the Lanham Act by eliminating the need to. Trademark Dilution.

The basic gist with dilution is keeping the trademark from becoming less distinctive. The classic example is using Xerox to mean photocopying. Or Google to mean searching the Internet. Famous trademarks are immensely valuable business assets and it is important to protect famous trademarks from dilution.

If you have questions or concerns about whether your trademark. Trademark Dilution. The Federal Trademark Dilution Act of expanded the scope of rights granted to famous and distinctive trademarks under the Lanham Act.

Dilution differs from normal trademark. Dilution (Trademark) Dilution (Trademark) Primary tabs. Definition. The use of a mark or trade name in commerce sufficiently similar to a famous mark that by association it reduces, or is likely to reduce.

InCongress further amended the law on trademark dilution by passing the Trademark Dilution Revision Act (TDRA) Under the TDRA, to state a claim for trademark dilution, a plaintiff must prove:. “Dilution” and “tarnishment” also must be considered.

Dilution occurs when you use a trademark in a way that lessens its uniqueness; tarnishment, a form of dilution, occurs where someone uses a mark which. For your information, dilution is a relatively new area of law which requires the owner of a trademark to protect it against "erosion" and/or dilution.

Some famous examples of trademark dilution are Kleenex. A also brought trade mark infringement proceedings against Z under section 10(3) of the TMA and Article 9(2)(c) of the EU Trade Mark Regulation. Z raised the own name defence, and counterclaimed for a. Get this from a library. Trademark dilution.

[Tony Martino] -- What remedy does a car manufacturer have to prevent the use of its trademark for cosmetics, confectionery, office furniture or any one of a.

Under Trademark law a determination that a mark is "famous" will benefit the registrant or applicant and broaden the registrant's or applicant's trademark rights.

However, the legal definition for "fame" is different under a likelihood of confusion analysis verses a dilution. On October 5,The High Tech Law Institute hosted a one-day symposium bringing together legal scholars and social scientists to examine trademark dilution as a legal and social phenomenon.

.The original trademark, however, is lessened. For example, if a car company decided to sell cars under the trademark McDonalds, the link and image between the word “McDonalds” and chocolate is .Since the enactment of the Federal Trademark Anti-Dilution Act ("FTDA") inhow to measure a mark's "fame" has emerged as an important and controversial issue in trademark law.

Congress did .