What is the difference between a serv...

What is the difference between a service mark and a trademark?

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San Jose, CA

#1 Apr 2, 2010
A service mark is used in connection with services, while a trademark is used in connection with tangible goods. The general terms "mark" or "trademark" may be used to describe both trademarks and service marks.

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