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THE PHARMA REVIEW (JULY – AUGUST 2016)

Analysis of Trademark Infringement Cases in Pharmaceutical Sector

B. Dinesh Kumar1, Chethan G H2, Manthan D Janodia3

Introduction: A Trademark can be defined as a sign used to distinguish the goods and services of one company from that of others. A Trademark could include a letter, number, word, phrase, logo, graphic, shape, smell, sound or combination of all these things. A trademark is used to identify a good and service due to its nature and quality, which is indicated through its unique characteristics, to meet their needs. Trademark helps to establish goodwill of businesses. Hence, the trademark can be used to create commercial value of the goods or services for which it is used, and increases the market potential of companies’ products. The owner of the trademark can use it with the symbol ™ or ® in relation of goods and services for which the owner has applied for the right of the trademark. 

 

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