When you acquire a logo from us you own it and have right to use it for any commercial or non-commercial use.
You may be able file a copyright or trademark on the whole logo you have purchased, but not any of the individual elements that make up your logo such as the icon or the font. The individual elements that make up your logo are created by or pulled from our uniquely curated database of logo elements and are not eligible to be copyrighted or trademarked.
Logo.com can not provide legal advice on trademark or copyright.
We cannot guarantee that your logo will be unique and eligible for a mark of any kind.
Your receipt from us for your logo represents a formal proof of ownership and a creation date that you can use for filing a trademark. If you need a new receipt you can reach us at email@example.com.
If you are placing a copyright or trademark you should seek the assistance of a professional attorney in your country, province, or state.
For more information on trademarking or copyrighting your logo you can check out our blog post on what you need to know about trademarking your logo.
You can also take a look at our Terms & Conditions to see our full terms and restrictions.