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What does "materially different" mean in this case? How different do future sculptures need to be to qualify? There really is no precise set of standards or strict criterion, but the issue has to do with likelihood of confusion. A subsequent sculpture created by your father would qualify as "materially different" unless it renders a reasonable person ...


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There are quite a few misunderstandings in your question. First, company logos and names are protected by trademark, not copyright. The goals of trademark protections are very different from those of copyright, with the main purpose being to prevent confusion about the source of goods or services. Second, using the name or logo of a company is not ...


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