Box Rights

The right to place a logo or other mark on a third party’s product or the box it is shipped in, or the right to put a third party’s logo on one’s own product, for example “Intel Inside” on a PC, or “American Dental Association Approved” on toothpaste. See Right-of-Endorsement, Right-to-Endorsement, Quasi-Rights.

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