LaFrance on the Registration of Sound Marks on the Principal Register
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In a pair of precedential decisions addressing a novel question of law, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board first created, and then applied, a standard for determining whether a sound is sufficiently distinctive to qualify for registration on the Principal Register under section 2 of the Lanham Act, 15 U.S.C. § 1052. Mary LaFrance analyzes these decisions and discusses their effects.
2010 Emerging Issues 4818.
LaFrance, Mary, "LaFrance on the Registration of Sound Marks on the Principal Register" (2010). Scholarly Works. 452.
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