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I want to protect some images I designed. Should I trademark it or copyright it?

Posted by Dongxia Guo. updated on 10/17/2015
I want to protect some images I designed. Should I trademark it or copyright it?
Answers (1)
 
Kanchan Vaidya
Hello Sir/ Madam,

You can copyright your designs and images only if it is an artistic work, but if you want to use them for commercial with respect to any goods and services then you can trademark it.

If you wish we can help you with the process of copyright and trademark.
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