Choosing, Using Typefaces and Fonts: An IP Law Review - The Fashion Law

The use of typefaces and fonts can have legal implications, including copyright, trademark, and patent protections. While typefaces and fonts themselves may not be protected by copyright, the computer code used to generate them can be. Trademark law can also extend protections to typefaces used in trademarked logos. It is important to carefully evaluate these areas of intellectual property law before using typefaces or fonts for commercial purposes. Additionally, reviewing software end user license agreements (EULAs) and considering hiring third-party designers for unique typefaces can help mitigate legal risks.

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