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U.S. trademark law Edit

Under U.S. trademark law, confusing similarity is a test used during the trademark registration process to determine whether a trademark conflicts with another, earlier mark, and also in trademark infringement proceedings to determine whether the use of a mark infringes a registered trademark.

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