[Warsaw, 06.06.2006] Pursuant to Article 120 of the Polish Law on Intellectual Property, a trademark means any marking which may be presented in a graphic form and may be used for distinguishing goods of one enterprise from the goods of another enterprise.
A trademark may include, in particular, a word, drawing, ornament, colour composition, spatial form, including the form of goods or packaging, as well as a melody or a sound. A trademark may be covered with protective right. The possibility of protecting rights to a specific trademark should be verified in view of specific facts by an entity having necessary expert knowledge on Polish law.
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