What is secondary meaning in trademark law?

Secondary meaning in trademark law refers to a way that a seemingly non-trademark-able term or phrase can be trademarked. When the public starts to identify a certain symbol, phrase, or mark with a product or business, that descriptive mark can be trademarked even if it wasn’t allowed to be before. Learn more about trademark law in our free legal guide below.

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