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Trademarks are virtually unavoidable in modern commerce. Your clothes, food, and almost anything you buy at a store today is sold by a company that "marks" its product with a trademark. A trademark enables consumers to easily associate a product with its source. Trademark law helps ensure that companies will be able to cultivate a reputation for providing products at a certain level of quality.


Trademark law is governed by the Lanham Act.