A new research paper foresees a future in which brain scans fundamentally transform the current understanding of trademarks. The paper, released last month, predicts that so-called 'neuromarks' – a neural map unique to each brand – could become crucial sources of evidence in trademark disputes and provide a biological baseline for the basic questions at the heart of trademark law.

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