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No, it is always optional.
To add the trademark symbol in html (™) you can call the HTML entity. To do this, you add an ampersand followed either by the entities name, or it's number, and then a semic…olon. Trademark is represented either by ™ or ™. If you want the registered trademark symbol (®) you can use either ® or ® So... Answers® Would give a line similar to the Answers.com logo in the banner on this page.
The trademark symbol is part of a name and as such must not be separated from the name. Therefore, a comma would follow the symbol.
You can use the trademark ™ symbol on any unique name or logo you created and use. It does not require special registration yet still signifies your ownership. The Reg…istered symbol ® is similar to the trademark symbol but it requires registration with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO or PTO). The copyright symbol © is similar to the trademark symbol and does not require registration (though it is recommended), however it is for use on intellectual property as opposed to brand names.
Yes. Twitter (the website) is trademarked with registration number 3619911. The holder of record is... Twitter Inc. Corporation Delaware 539 Bryant Street, Suite 4…02 San Francisco California 94107
In order to use the trademark symbol, you need to have registered the design with the trademark office. When you license your image for use by the band, you can specify, for …example, how large the trademark symbol must appear, etc.
No; if it's registered, use the R, and if it's not, use the TM.
Facebook is a registered trademark, which earns it the right to use the ® symbol.
The symbol is considered part of the trademarked word or phrase, so you wouldn't separate them with a comma.
The trademark symbol is part of the name and should not be separated from it; the period would come after it.
No. Actually, the superscript TM is for designating trademarks in the US that have not yet been registered with the USPTO. If/when you get the trademark registered with the US…PTO, you would use the ® instead.
Use of the trademark symbol is optional, but it doesn't hurt. For logos it's often part of the image file, so it would actually be more work not to use it. This page is full o…f reasonable examples. In the banner we have the Answers logo with TM, and at the very bottom we have a copyright notification, but for running text including the word "Answers" (such as the Answers Properties list header and content), there are no markings. Other websites are almost cartoonishly consistent with their use of the symbol--every logo, every slogan, every time the name of the company or its products appear, there's a helpful (r) reminder in case you'd forgotten in the intervening half-inch that they've registered it all. These are cases where using the indicia is distracting. What you want is a balance.
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It's not required to use the trademark or registered trademark symbols, and some designers feel it clutters the look of the packaging.
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The ™ indication can be used on anything you are using as a mark in trade, such as a logo or slogan; the ® indication is used to note a formally registered trademark.
One can find the US trademark symbol from the USPTO's Trademark Electronic Search System (TESS) database for free. One alternative you can do is to hire an attorney to make th…e search for you.