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Trademark and Copyright

Genericide is a term used in trademark law, wherein a trademark have become generic.

The categories of marks are arbitrary, suggestive, descriptive and generic.

A copyright is available to protect different forms of expression such as art or literature or anything that can be put into a tangible form of expression.

A trade dress is a look or configuration of a product or packaging of a product.

A trademark is intended to serve as a source identifier of a product or service.

A trademark should be used as an adjective, otherwise, your mark could become generic because people will start referring to your product as your trademark.

A trademark is used on goods to identify the source of the goods or in connection with services to identify the source of the services. A trade name is the name of a company and it has how a company identifies itself.