Introduction to Trademarks and Other Marks (1993)
Marks distinguish products and services. Because many consumer decisions are based on "recognized names," the goodwill attached to certain marks gives them their value. Marks are protected by law and prevent others from palming off their products and services on another's established goodwill.
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