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Subject:Re: Trade Mark Notices From:Alan Yelvington <alany -at- TEKIG5 -dot- PEN -dot- TEK -dot- COM> Date:Tue, 18 Jan 1994 15:10:07 PST
I'm under the impression that the ultimate responsibility for protect-
ing trademarks rests with the owner. As long as your text does not
infer that the item is a product of another company, then you should
be safe. As far as legal stuff, I don't know where to send you.
We used to put other people's trademarks on our copyright page; now
we only put our own.