New York Arts and Cultural Affairs Law

Sec. § 33.07
Imitation of a Trade-mark Defined

An “imitation of a trade-mark” is that which so far resembles a genuine trade-mark as to be likely to induce the belief that it is genuine, whether by the use of words or letters, similar in appearance or in sound, or by any sign, device or other means whatsoever.

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