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Protect Your Slogan - Entrepreneur.com

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Oct 1, 2000 ... Q: Can I protect a slogan that I want to print on T-shirts, bumper stickers ... not used as brand names aren't trademarks and can't be copyrighted.

Frequently Asked Questions about Copyright | U.S. Copyright Office

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How do I copyright a name, title, slogan or logo? How do I protect my idea? Does my work have to be published to be protected? Can I register a diary I found in ...

Can a Slogan Be a Trademark? | Nolo.com

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Protectible slogans are usually tied to an advertising campaign. ... Typically, a slogan cannot be protected under copyright law as copyright does not protect ...

How to Register a Slogan With the Trademark Office | Chron.com

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By trademarking your slogan, you protect it from being used by other entities. ... you can still copyright your slogan through the United States Copyright Office.

Trademarking a Slogan is Easier Than You'd Think - Free Enterprise

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Feb 25, 2013 ... But a little know fact about trademarks is that a slogan doesn't need to be registered for you to have the ... (FindLaw); Trademark or Copyright?

How to Legally Protect a Slogan | Legalbeagle.com

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According to the U.S. Copyright Office, slogans cannot be copyrighted. ... A qualifying slogan is one that clearly distinguishes your company's product from any ...

Protecting your brand identity: slogans, phrases and other taglines

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slogans, product phrases and other types of taglines can help companies to build ... seek to protect and enforce their rights using trademark and/or copyright law.

Trademark, copyright or patent?

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Jan 11, 2010 ... A copyright protects an original artistic or literary work; a patent protects an invention. For copyright information, go to http://www.copyright.gov .

Copyright FAQs - Frequently Asked Legal Questions About ...

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Find FAQs related to applying for a copyright and copyright registration. ... Can I copyright a name, title, slogan, logo or idea? A copyright protects original works ...

Let's Get Ready to Rumble: Trademarking Your Catch Phrase ...

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A trademark is any word, name, slogan, design, or symbol used in commerce to identify a particular product and distinguish it from others. Like copyrights ...