Acts of infringing upon the rights to trademark

Acts of infringing upon the rights to trademark
March 14 04:33 2014 Print This Article

The following acts if being performed without the permission of mark owners, shall be regarded as  infringements of the rights to marks:

– Using signs identical with protected marks for goods or services identical with goods or services on the lists registered together with such marks;

– Using signs identical with protected marks for goods or services similar or related to those goods on services on the lists registered together with such marks, if such use is likely to cause confusion as to the origin of the goods or services;

– Using signs similar to protected marks for goods or services identical with, similar to or related to goods or services on the lists registered together with such marks, if such  use is likely to cause confusion as to the origin of the goods or services;

– Using signs identical with, or similar to, well-known marks, or signs in the form of translations or transcriptions of well-known marks for any goods or services, including those unidentical with, dissimilar or unrelated to goods or services on the lists of those bearing well-known marks, if such use is likely to cause confusion as to the origin of the goods or services or misleading impression as to the relationship between users of such signs and well-known mark owners.

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