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As more businesses enter the Metaverse, there is a tendency toward greater trademark filings in the "virtual" classes. This blog has previously discussed the trend here and here. While the SPB Team does not follow trends blindly, we are urging all of our trademark clients (even the most "conservative") to file trademarks covering goods and services connected to the Metaverse right now...Read more →
Under Section 2(m) of the Trademarks Act of 1999, a "mark" is defined as headers, labels, tickets, names, signatures, words, letters, packaging, and so on. A group of words is referred to as a "word." In addition, Section 2(zb) defines a “trademark” as a mark that has a distinguishing character that can be graphically expressed...Read more →
People have been compelled to adjust their habits as a result of COVID-19, and the need of 5G rollout has been underscored once again. Every government and private player is pushing to increase 5G coverage in order to build a reliable and stress-free network as well as to revive the economy and balance sheet....Read more →
"Trade secret" refers to information, such as a formula, pattern, compilation, programme device, method, technique, or process, that:...Read more →
While every company understands the need of protecting its intellectual property, it's easy to become confused about what each sort of intellectual property safeguards. Even prominent publications frequently get it incorrect, reporting that a corporation owns a patent on a word or copyright to a technique or procedure. Here's a quick tutorial to distinguishing between patents, copyright, and trademarks...Read more →