How to Copyright a Logo?


To copyright a logo means that you register your logo with the registering society and it is not a complicated process. Registrations can be made for the company logo, and also for any images or artwork associated with the brand or promotional materials. This is often carried out at company start up or prior to the launch of a new product or advertising campaign and can be done by filling out the application forms with all the details of the logo.
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Things You'll Need. Color photocopy or image file of your business logo. Date of creation. Proper form from the U.S. Copyright or Trademark Office. Registration fees for copyright
A logo, strictly as an image, would be automatically protected by copyright as soon as it was fixed in a tangible medium. To use it in business, however, you may also wish to register
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To copyright your logo, you would complete a very detailed copyright application and submit it along with a copy of your works to the US Patent and Trademark Office. There are also lawyers who special in copy write to assist you.
To copyright a logo you will first need to contact the United States Copyright office. Next you will need to fill out a form of when your logo was created, a copy of the logo in a color photocopy, and register your logo through the United States Copyright office.
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