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Lanham Act

Lanham Act

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[15 U.S.C. §§ 1051–1127] A federal statute that regulates the use of trademarks, i.e., pictures, words, and other symbols used to identify goods and services, in commercial activity. The Lanham Act also defines various federal claims for unfair competition, including claims based on false advertising.

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