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so a logo gets ™
and a slogan gets ®
or the opposite?
they are two separate legal indicators...either can have either, it just depends on what the owners have done and how much money they have spent!
dont use either R is used that means its registered trad-mark TM can be used even if you dont register it but it has been known for a long time
Either. ® means something has been registered with the Patents & Trademarks office. ™ signifies an intention to register something. In other words, you can put ™ on anything, but ® can only be used if it's legit.
this stuff is corporate bullshit never pay a lawyer for this crap.
® means it has been registered
™ means its not registered
© is for shit like slogans
™® - brands, companies, a name you "trade" under (different lifespans)
© - articulation of an idea in a media form
patent - a method or apparatus that is novel, non-obvious, and useful
"TM can be used even if you dont register it but it has been known for a long time "
use ™ on forum posts if you want to sound like a total cock end.
for example 'me likey™'
what skt said™