trade dress

Definition of "trade dress"
  1. Distinctive design elements used for promoting a product or service that can be protected under trademark law, demonstrating the likelihood of consumer confusion if a similar appearance is used by another product
How to use "trade dress" in a sentence
  1. The unique red and white can design is part of the soda company's trade dress.
  2. The unique packaging is a significant part of the product's trade dress, making it identifiable.
  3. In a lawsuit, the plaintiff claimed that the defendant had copied their product's trade dress.

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