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Sorry Bryan - there seem to be trademarks for absolutely
any word - anything - descriptions - colours - anything (see subject line).
- below is cut from my prior post:
trademarks, a generic word of same type as the class (product type) is not allowed.
IS AN ABUSE OF TRADEMARK LAWS - ask any TM attorney.
e.g. Apple Computers could
not apply for the trademark 'COMPUTER'
But a different class (product type) could:
UK trademark 1134604 - 'COMPUTER'
Proprietor: Dunlop Australia Limited
25: Stockings, panti-hose; socks and tights, all for wear.
You go to computer.info
and you could be seeing a screen with pair of tights on it.
So - EVERY generic
word bought in the sunrise period will lead you to a different class.
will not go to holiday site.
Going to a different subject (class) will cause 'consumer
confussion' - something trademarks are SUPPOSED to legally avoid.
***If it does
not go to different subject - then the domain name was taken fraudulantly in the