Trademarks and Copyrights

Protect your work, your business and domain name from infringement.

Filing a trademark or copyright today will help you retain exclusive rights to your original work and brand now and in the future.

Learn more about the differences between a trademark and copyright below.

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Trademark vs. Copyright: Which Do You Need?

Trademark

Register a Business Name or Logo (™)

  • Notice the registrant's claim of ownership of the mark
  • Legal presumption of ownership nationwide
  • Exclusive right to use the mark
  • Includes logos, business / product names and slogans.

Copyright

Protect Your Works of Art (©)

  • Sue for infringement if somebody violates your copyright
  • Protects original works of authorship
  • Create a public record of your work
  • Includes literary, dramatic, musical, and artistic works

Protecting Your Intellectual Property

A copyright, trademark and business name are 3 distinct business assets often confused by business owners. A copyright is a form of protection provided by U.S. laws to the authors of "original works of authorship", while a trademark is intended to protect brand property such as logos, business names and services. Learn the differences between them to better understand which are important for your business.

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Trademark or Copyright

What is the difference between a trademark and a copyright?


How Do I Protect My:

TrademarkTM

Copyright©

Unique Logos

Business Name : ( McDonalds )

Product Name: ( Crest Toothpaste )

Unique Service : ( FedEx )

Slogans : ( Just Do It. )

Song or Album

Scripts : ( Movie, TV, Play )

Photographs