A trademark is a sign such as a name, a logo, a combination of letters and/or numbers, a slogan, a colour or a combination of colours, a sound, the shape of a product or its packaging, or any other symbol. This sign is used to distinguish a company’s products or services from those of his competitors.
Obtaining trademark rights requires filing for a registration in the territory where the protection is sought, and is highly recommended. You will then be able to prohibit third parties from using your trademark or a sign that is confusingly similar to it.
To obtain protection, a trademark should be available and distinctive relative to the goods and services of.
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A patent gives its holder the right to prevent others from using or exploiting the patented invention in the territory where the patent is valid. A patent also contributes to valorizing R&D efforts, such as by generating revenues through licensing or sales of patent rights, or by attracting investors.