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Using any of the trademark sites would be a good start, but be aware
that all trademarks may not be listed on a given site. When a company
uses a registered trademark (R), that mark is on file with the
government and can be easily found. When a company creates a trademark
(TM) and uses it with a product/service, there is no paperwork filed
for that mark; the company itself should have some reference for when
they started using the mark. Just keep in mind that even if you don't
find the TM for which you are searching, someone may already be using
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Author: "Susan Kirsch" <susan -at- virtualcyber -dot- com> at Internet-Mail
Date: 3/28/00 7:26 AM
Long ago and far away I watched my (then) documentation manager look up a
site on the Web and report back to me that a particular name was or wasn't
I also think the site specified if the name was TM'ed or (c)'ed or whatever.
Would anybody know the address of said site?
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