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Trademarks are trademarks that are registered by a particular entity, like a company, to indicate that the entity owns and/or uses that trademark.

They can be valuable when the trademark owner wants to mark a particular product or service and when it wants to avoid confusion or confusion caused by a competing product or services.

Trademark laws differ depending on whether the mark is registered with the United States Patent and Trademark Office or with other international agencies.

The USPTO publishes information on trademarks, but the trademark office does not publish its own information on its website.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) also has its own trademark database, but does not make its own rules about what is allowed or prohibited in trademarks.

If you need help understanding a trademark, consult a trademark lawyer.

Trademark law can vary greatly from state to state.

For more information about trademark laws, see the following topics: Trademark Law: A Quick Look at Trademaps, Trademap Rules, and Tradematching Rules.

You can also search for a trademark by using a search engine, like Google or Yahoo.

The following resources are useful to learn about the meaning and scope of a trademark.

Federal Trade Commissions: Trademapping rules, trademark law, and trademarks.

The FTC and the U.S. Department of Justice, the U

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