Trademark Act of 1946

Definition of "Trademark Act of 1946"
  1. It's a law that provided federal safeguards for trademarks and service marks by enabling their registration with the Patent and Trademark Office. The law defined acceptable marks, developed the registration process, and established legal recourse for cases of infringement
How to use "Trademark Act of 1946" in a sentence
  1. Under the Trademark Act of 1946, the company was able to register and protect its unique logo as a trademark.
  2. The business could create a cause of action for infringement with the help of the Trademark Act of 1946 when their brand logo was copied by another company.
  3. The guidelines for suitable marks for registration were made clear under the Trademark Act of 1946.

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