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Marks Including Geographic Wording that Does Not Indicate Geographic Origin of Cheeses and Processed Meats

Exam guide regarding generic terms is a positive development trending idea

We are fully supportive of the examination guide published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (US PTO) titled "Marks Including Geographic Wording that Does not Indicate Geographic Origin of Cheeses and Processed Meats" (the Exam Guide).

First, as fully described in the Background statement published with the Exam Guide, the US PTO correctly notes that two federal agencies, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA)... more »

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Marks Including Geographic Wording that Does Not Indicate Geographic Origin of Cheeses and Processed Meats

Trademark and quality specifying identity terms

The text seems semantically clear. I myself could use my philosophical proposal for a Subject term ( the same theoretical, semantical ground which I used in my student paper 1974 for my proposal for a more abstract Subject logic). Thus the "Subject term" would be the Trademark in question- for example, BRIE, concerning such kind of cheese from this geographical region- and the "Subject variables" bound by the Subjet term... more »

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