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    Trademark Vs Patent
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    A trademark protects a image, call, phrase, logo, or layout used to symbolize the producer of products. A patent gives assets rights to an inventor for a new product, preventing others from making an equal product. Many businesses use each to defend highbrow belongings, even though the 2 aren't interchangeable.


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    The two are wholly different in almost every aspect

    Contrary to popular belief, trademarks don't protect the mark owner rather they protect the public from confusion between similar marks that exist in the marketplace. A mark can be represented by an image, word, trade-dress (i.e. look) or even color. Trademarks can last indefinitely.

    A patent is a form of protection for novel, useful and non-obvious ideas. Patents are limited in time. A patent cannot be granted for a word or an image.

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    A trademark can be a phrase, a word, a design or a symbol or it could also be a combination of phrases, symbols, words or designs, that helps to identify and differentiate the source of the goods of one party or firm or company from any other.

    A trademark should be unusual and not descriptive and should be attached to the item that is being sold or offered for, in terms of services. The said Trademark should also be registered with the appropriate authority in order to obtain protection rights and proper legal ownership.


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    Thanks a lot for sharing your valuable information.


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    A patent allows the creator of certain kinds of inventions that contain new ideas to keep others from making commercial use of those ideas without the creator's permission. Trademarks, on the other hand, are not concerned with how a new technology is used. ... Generally, patent and trademark laws do not overlap.


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    A trademark ensures an image, name, word, logo, or configuration used to speak to the producer of products. A patent gives property rights to a creator for another item, keeping others from making an indistinguishable item. Numerous organizations utilize both to secure protected innovation, in spite of the fact that the two are not compatible.


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