A new state law pushed by the Florida Bar will provide greater protection for corporate names, brands, logos and slogans used by companies that do not engage in interstate commerce.

The Florida Trademark Law, sponsored by state Sen. Walter “Skip” Campbell, D-Tamarac, was passed overwhelmingly by the Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Jeb Bush on June 12. It’s the first change to the state’s trademark law since that statute was overhauled 16 years ago.

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