Hi, @Dan! Does somebody instructs CH before the beginning of the contest, that short names from a single dictionary (existing) word can’t be registered as a trademark practically ? Many clients write in a brief that they want to have a name such as Apple or Echo, and some CH need completely coinciding domain in the com zone. As I understand, if the client is not from the USA, a question of registration is uncertain. But the such situation is observed even with some American clients. In advance - thanks for the answer.
it depends on what you are using the name for sometimes - maybe you can call a shoe apple.Presumably grocery stores can still list their fruit for sale as an apple
I know that the situation is another with names from two words ) The question is: does CH have an elementary information on registration nuances of TM and domains before writing of a brief?