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UNIVERSITY OF PETROLEUM & ENERGY STUDIES

COLLEGE OF LEGAL STUDIES

B.Tech [E.T] +LL.B (Hons.) IPR

SEMESTER 8

ACADEMIC YEAR: 2015-16 SESSIONS: JAN-MAY


ABSTRACT
FOR
Law of Trademarks Project
Under the Supervision of: Miss. Charu Srivastava

Submitted By: Ishan Tiwari


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Anything which clearly distinguishes a product or service of a company from that of other
companies in the concerned jurisdictional market is generically termed as a trademark.

A trademark is in principle a purely national affair. Separate trademark registrations must be made
in all the countries in which trademark protection is desired. To ease this situation somewhat,
various international treaties have been established with which multiple trademark registrations
can be obtained through a single procedure. The Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg for
example have a single trademark law. Any registrations under this law automatically results in a
trademark that is valid in all three countries.

The aim of this project will be to look into various international treaties and conventions that
govern various aspects of Trademark law in international arena.

The project report will strive to cover important aspects of major international treaties and will try
to give a comparative overview of the Indian Trademark Law with its international counterparts.

Keywords:

Trademark

Treaties

Conventions