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122. Can You Use Other Brands' Trademarks & Images?
Episode 12225th May 2023 • On Your Terms • Sam Vander Wielen
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What are the legal concerns when it comes to using pictures of another company’s branded products in your business? That’s what we’re diving into today!

Jill asked,

I'm currently creating a PDF to be sold on my website that's something along the lines of a "healthy food swaps" grocery guide. Within that document, I'm including specific pictures of branded food products. Do you happen to know if I'm legally able to sell a document with images like these?

In this episode, you’ll hear…

  • Using copyrighted content in your business
  • How to claim nominative fair use

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Hey there and welcome back to another episode of On Your Terms. I'm your host, Sam Vander Wielen. And today, we are talking all about whether or not you can refer to trademarked products in your handouts, in your courses, in your content, all that kind of stuff. So before we hop into this week's question from Jill, I have to give you the Norm tip of the episode, which Norm very strongly believed, because apparently this is something that came from his mom, that you have to go out the same door that you come in.