FW: TM or R?

Subject: FW: TM or R?
From: "Joy S. Kocar" <jsk -at- isolns -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 6 Sep 2000 12:33:59 -0400

Same goes for tradenames and service marks. You can use the TM or SM
to claim ownership, but it isn't registered unless it is filed with
the US Patent and Trademark Office.

Joy Kocar
Integral Solutions
jsk -at- isolns -dot- com
http://www.isolns.com


> Tom Murrell:
> I did some research on a different topic recently when I
> ran across the
> explanation of the difference between (R) and TM. If a
> patent has been
> approved, it is registered; use the (R). If a patent has
> been applied
> for or will be applied for but is not yet approved, use TM.
>
> As always in such questions, consult the Legal Department
> where you
> work. It's there job to sort it all out correctly. If you're
> freelancing, PLEASE get good legal advice.





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