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1. Working capital management

2. waste pipe and vent

3. weld bead

4. Workers' Compensation Claim Law Associate (WCLA)

5. wrongful termination

6. window open

7. working capital loan

8. Weight (for Sea Transport)

9. Wildcard Exemption

10. wiring

11. weighted index

12. widow's allowance

13. Withdrawal Value

14. Wipe

15. water closet

16. Wire room

17. Warehouse Lending

18. Wage Rates

19. Winding Up A Corporation

20. woodwork

21. W.P. Carey School of Business

22. wrap-up

23. Whipsawed

24. WST

25. Willingness To Pay

26. window seat

27. wood lathe

28. Wilshire 4500

29. withholding allowance

30. water pressure

31. weighted average remaining term (WART)

32. Withdrawals From Income Of Quasi-corporations

33. waiver clause

34. water right

35. wire nut

36. Whole Life Insurance

37. Waiver Of Coinsurance Clause

38. water softener

39. wetland

40. wire lath

41. WSM

42. White Spirit And SBP

43. Weather derivative

44. wholesale market

45. Weighted stock index

46. W-2G Form

47. wind bracing

48. W-4V Form

49. weatherstripping

50. World Wide Fund For Nature (WWF)

51. White-collar Workers

52. Words Of Procreation

53. Wheat Crop Year

54. water meter

55. weighted average maturity

56. whistleblower claim

57. withholding tax

58. Write out

59. Wet Reckless

60. Warranty Adjustment Program

61. wholesale inventories

62. wood vise

63. waterproof

64. work out

65. weak currency

66. Working Time In School

67. W-9

68. whizz-kid

69. working week

70. Watered stock

71. Working Time Directive

72. with interest

73. Waterway

74. western union splice

75. white cedar

76. welfare

77. Working Capital

78. Watchdog

79. wellpoint dewatering

80. West Central Atlantic Fishery Commission (WCAFC)

81. wrought iron

82. watt-hour meter

83. wasteland

84. Whistle blower

85. Warren Buffett

86. window well

87. warranted price

88. weatherstrip

89. Work-in-progress On Cultivated Assets Inventories

90. Wcs

91. waste

92. Weight

93. Waste Management

94. wet wall

95. working drawing

96. Whisper number

97. Warsaw Convention

98. WARN Act exclusion

99. Wilshire indexes

100. wage and hour insurance coverage endorsement

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Section 15 Declaration Of Incontestability

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a sworn statement, filed by the owner of a mark registered on the principal register, claiming “incontestable” rights in the mark for the goods/services specified. An “incontestable” registration is conclusive evidence of the validity of the registered mark, of the registration of the mark, of the owner’s ownership of the mark and of the owner’s exclusive right to use the mark with the goods/services. The claim of incontestability is subject to certain limited exceptions set forth in §§15 and 33(b) of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. §§1065 and 1115(b). 15 U.S.C. §1065. Filing a Section 15 Declaration is optional. However, there are certain rules governing when one may be filed. A §15 Affidavit may not be filed until the mark has been in continuous use in commerce for at least five consecutive years subsequent to the date of registration for marks registered under the Act of 1946 (and subsequent to the date of publication under §12(c) of the trademark act, 15 U.S.C. §1062(c), for marks registered under the Acts of 1905 and 1881 for which the benefits of the Act of 1946 have been claimed). The §15 Affidavit must be executed and filed within one year following a 5-year period of continuous use of the mark in commerce. Marks registered on the supplemental register are not eligible for claims of incontestable rights under §15. -- see File a §15 Declaration

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