RE: better safe than sorry.

Subject: RE: better safe than sorry.
From: "Cekis, Margaret" <Margaret -at- mediaocean -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 16:03:51 -0500

Kelly Werner [mailto:kwerner -at- eaglesoft -dot- net] asks "is it necessary to
trademark/copyright a word each time it appears within the same document or
is the first occurrence all that matters?"

Some companies where I have worked handle this by putting a Disclaimer page
at the front of each manual or document that lists all the trademarked
products mentioned in the document with the appropriate TM and R(egistered)
and C(opyrighted) symbols on that page, and then use them as required
throughout the document without the marks.

Margaret Cekis
Margaret -at- mediaocean -dot- com
Atlanta GA

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