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Trademark and Unfair Competition Law
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Trademark law originally arose out of the concept of fraud and deceit and its purpose was to protect the public from counterfeit merchants. The concept was that consumers should have confidence that a product sold under a certain name should be of the quality expected of all products sold under that name. This common law concept still protects the public and merchants from unfair competition federally and in most states. Trademark protection, codified under the federal Lanham Act, has expanded to protect tradenames (under which services are marketed), and trade ...
Ask anyone around, they know that crazy carrot munching guy, yes the one that gives everyone a run for their money, and Here’s Bugs Bunny. Tweety, Bugs, Mickey, the looney tunes gang, Road Runner, not to forget our fictional heroes, James Bond, Sherlock Holmes, and others; what do they all have in common? Trademarks. Not animation or fiction? Nope the answer is trademarks. By the way did you know what marked the difference between a fictional character from a graphic characte. The test is whether the character is depicted by a cartoon or other graphic representation or as a ... Read More
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