[…] Thus, a copyright and a trademark protect distinct types of intellectual property. Copyright, simply put, protects original works of expression from copying for a limited period of time while trademarks protect expressions used to identify the source of goods in the marketplace and can last in perpetuity. Phoenix Entertainment Partners, LLC v. Rumsey (7th Cir. 2016) 829 F.3d 817, 825. Sometimes a company logo can be protected both by copyright and trademark law. […]

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