August 20, 2013
When are Terms Merely Descriptive? Part I
When are Terms Merely Descriptive? Part I We have previously discussed trademark issues with descriptive terms.  To recap, terms that are merely descriptive receive the least amount of trademark protection. A descriptive term, such as “Fish-Fry” – generally does not qualify for protection unless the term has acquired some form of secondary meaning in the perception of...
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