How to Trademark a Slogan
According to the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO), trademarks protect words and symbols that distinguish products or services from those of other sellers or manufacturers and indicate the source of the product or service. In other words,...
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Protectible slogans are usually tied to an advertising campaign.
Feb 25, 2013 ... Getting trademarked has never been so easy! You just need to say it, have
someone hear it and it's yours! Not quite. But a little know fact about ...
A slogan is a form of intellectual property. By trademarking your slogan, you
protect it from being used by other entities. To trademark a slogan, it must be
used to ...
You may frequently see slogans that accompany product and service advertising.
... the symbol for a registered trademark, the slogan bears a superscripted “TM” ...
Nov 22, 2012 ... The question of the protection of slogans, which are often used as trademarks by
companies, has been at the centre of a number of disputes on ...
It may be possible to file for a trademark for the slogan as long as it's used to
indicate & identify the source of goods/services.
Sep 30, 2000 ... While this usage is rare and unlikely, if it does exist, your slogan is a trademark,
or a symbol that's being used to show the brand of T-shirt ...