Can I trademark a book before the illustrations are completed?
Kara B. ∙ December 10, 2018
Typically, trademarks are used to protect brand names, slogans, and logos that are being used in the sale of goods and services. And copyrights are used to protect original creative works such as books, audio, or video materials. LegalZoom can assist with both trademark and copyright filings. If you’re not sure how to proceed, we offer a business legal plan that can connect you with attorneys for advice. You can see that plan here: https://www.legalzoom.com/attorneys/legal-plans/business.html
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