Trade mark law: an availability opinion (2)

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When a client proposes a new trade mark, a lawyer may conduct a knockout search in which he or she determines the preliminary availability of the proposed mark. This will be followed by a full availability opinion. This exercise tests your knowledge of the vocabulary used when drafting an availability opinion.

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