Lanham Act

(US) A federal trademark statue, enacted in 1946, that provides for a national system of trademark registration and protects the owner of a federally registered mark against the use of similar marks if any confusion might result.

Black’s Law Dictionary (Second Pocket Ed. 2011).

Also known as the Trademark Act of 1946.

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