acquired distinctiveness


  • Intellectual Property Law

Definitions of acquired distinctiveness

  • used to refer to a trademark that identifies the goods of a particular seller and shows that they are different from the goods from other sellers’ goods

    The court noted that survey evidence or direct evidence of consumer recognition is not required to prove acquired distinctiveness.

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