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Trademark in Australia: 101

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What is a trademark? Intellectual Property Australia (Australian Government) describes a trade mark as something used to distinguish your goods and services from those of other business.. In other words, a trade mark is your identity. It is what makes your product easily identifiable. According to trademark lawyers Sydney anyone using your trademark once registered, is deemed illegal and may face repercussions from the law.

What are examples of a trademarks? Truth is, it can be anything you can use to identify your brand with. It can be a jingle, or the way your product appears, or a checkered pattern as is the case with Burberry. Based on https://www.ipaustralia.gov.au A trade mark can also be a: word (in a plain font or a ‘fancy’ font)phraseletternumberlogopictureaspect of packagingor combination of the above...Some other types of trade marks you can apply for include: (Click on link to be redirected to see definition and examples) Series of trade marksSound trade markMo…