Re: [xsl] Service Marks

Subject: Re: [xsl] Service Marks
From: Martin Stricker <shugal@xxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 18 Apr 2001 00:37:01 +0200
Peter Flynn wrote:
> Paul Rosenberg wrote:
> > In the United States, service marks can be registered at the Patent
> > and Trademark Office just like trademarks, and use the same symbol
> > -- the superscript R in a circle.  Unregistered service marks use
> > the superscript SM symbol.  I don't know if this is the case in
> > other countries, but suspect it is.
> Thanks...I suspect most other countries are lagging behind the
> USA in this one.

Yes, never heared about service marks in Germany. We mostly use (R)
because it indicates a protected trade mark. (TM) is very useless
because you gain no protection from it because you haven't protected it.

Best regards,
Martin Stricker
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