Now, let us have a closer look at yet another kind of unconventional trademarks (apart from the most popular ones, such as word, word-figurative or figurative marks) – a sound trademark. A sound trademark is a mark which consists exclusively of a sound, or a combination of sounds.
Today we are answering a number of questions that are continuously puzzling you: When the symbol (R) can be used? What does (TM) stand for? What other symbols can also be used to denote one’s rights?
As the exit day is approaching, it is a good moment to take a look at the consequences that are looming on the horizon for the owners of the European Union Trademarks and the Community Designs.