IP Court holds that 3D mark is a device
Three-dimensional (3D) trademarks are notoriously difficult to register in Malaysia because the existing law does not specifically provide for the registration of shape marks. However, many 3D trademarks have been filed by taking advantage of the non-exhaustive definition of a mark under the Trademarks Act 1976.
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