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dc.contributor.authorKarki, M M S-
dc.description.abstractIn the recent years, the industry is registering more and more trademarks in unconventional areas like colour, sound and smell. Specially, sounds and colours are commonly trademarked today. Smell, shape and slogan are also gaining grounds slowly and gradually. Besides unconventional trademarks, copyright protection in areas like smell has also been reported. This paper reviews the developments in such nontraditional areas of intellectual property protection.en_US
dc.sourceJIPR Vol.10(6) [November 2005]en_US
dc.subjectNontraditional marksen_US
dc.subjectunconventional trademarksen_US
dc.subjectunconventional trademarksen_US
dc.subjectsound marksen_US
dc.subjectscent marksen_US
dc.subjectsmell trademarksen_US
dc.subjectolfactory trademarksen_US
dc.subjectshape marksen_US
dc.subjecttrade dressen_US
dc.titleNontraditional Areas of Intellectual Property Protection: Colour, Sound, Taste, Smell, Shape, Slogan and Trade Dressen_US
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