Updated: Feb 25
There are four types of intellectual property:
This post simplifies the difference between trademarks and copyright. Through our intellectual property practice we've found business owners commonly confuse trademarks and copyrights. This confusion may be driven by the overly complicated discussions of trademarks and copyrights filled with legal jargon that exist all over the internet today. Here at the Brand Activator Law Firm, we keep things simple and speak in plain English (that's how we can clarify this topic is less than 1 minute).
Watch Attorney Victoria Walker break down the difference between trademarks and copyrights below.
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