A trademark can be almost anything as long as it helps the consumer identify with the particular product or service. It can be a word, phrase, symbol, image, sound, device, or even color. Examples include such marks as the Nike “swoosh,” the NBC three-toned chime “G E C,” and the distinctive shape of a Coca-Cola bottle. This is FindLaw's collection of Trademark articles, part of the Intellectual Property section of the Corporate Counsel Center. Law articles in this archive are predominantly written by lawyers for a professional audience seeking business solutions to legal issues. Start your free research with FindLaw.

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