I am selling a product. And worried about copyright infringements. I am from Florida , and I have alligator skulls painted in orange and blue with university of florrida stickers I put on them I bought retail. Can I sell these items without being sued for copyright infringements?
Answered on: 2/12/12, 2:12 pm by Sergei Tokmakov
Generally speaking, you can use others' trademarks to sell an unrelated product. Since alligator skulls and universities are pretty unrelated, the likelihood of consumer confusion is pretty low.
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