Legal Definition of trade dress
Note: Trade dress is protected by the Trademark (Lanham) Act of 1946 if it is not a functional part of the product, has acquired secondary meaning, and there is likelihood of confusion as to the source of the product on the part of the consumer if a competing product has a similar trade dress.
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