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Video: You Might Not Own That Logo You Made In Canva

You've Gotta Take A Look At Canva's Terms Of Use

 Canva is a great tool to save money while making fabulous designs to promote your business.

But have you ever thought about who really owns that genius logo you crafted on Canva? 

Spoiler alert: It might not be as cut and dry as you think!

Often, this issue comes up when an entrepreneur wants to trademark a logo that was made in Canva.

But this is something every Canva user should think about if the platform is a crucial part of their marketing.

In this video, Attorney Faith dives into Canva’s contract with users to shed light on design ownership.

Disclaimer: This content is for general legal education purposes only and shouldn’t not be relied upon as legal advice specific to your situation. If you need legal advice, consult a licensed attorney.

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Faith Mitton, Esq.

Faith is a lawyer on a mission to simplify legal stuff for entrepreneurs so that they don’t have to stress about how to protect themselves & their businesses. She’s the founder and managing attorney of Mitton Law Firm, PLLC – a boutique law practice based in NYC that helps small businesses nationwide to protect their intellectual property with trademarks and copyrights. When she’s not practicing law, you can usually catch her jamming to classic soul music, taking long walks, or rewatching The Office for the millionth time.

About The Content Creator

Faith Mitton, Esq.

Faith is a lawyer on a mission to simplify legal stuff for entrepreneurs so that they don’t have to stress about how to protect themselves & their businesses. She’s the founder and managing attorney of Mitton Law Firm, PLLC – a boutique law practice based in NYC that helps small businesses nationwide to protect their intellectual property with trademarks and copyrights. When she’s not practicing law, you can usually catch her jamming to classic soul music, taking long walks, or rewatching The Office for the millionth time.

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