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If the trademarks are really _registered_ trademarks (i.e. registered
with the US
Patent and Trademark Office), the symbol should be the circled "R", and
the TM symbol. The TM symbol is supposed to be used forn marks that a
company is claiming as trademarks but which have not yet gone through
Not a lawyer, but having read quite a lot on trademarks...
f -dot- ridder -at- dialogic -dot- com
>From: Joanne Greene [SMTP:joanne -dot- greene -at- JACOBUS -dot- COM]
>Sent: Monday, April 28, 1997 10:07 AM
>Subject: Re: Trademarks for Other Companies' Products
>We have a trademark page in the frontmatter that lists the ownership of all
>products mentioned in the book. It follows the title page and identifies the
>ownership of every product we refer to in the rest of the book. After that,
>there is no reference to the company that owns the product. The TM symbol is
>next to any registered trademarks ( ie. JSpace, PlantSpace) on the cover
>and the title page. This is the only place we use the symbol.