What do the symbols ™ and ® mean?
January 15, 2011
15. Januar 2011 - 16:37
™ is the abbreviation of „Trademark“; ® is the abbreviation of „Registered“ In Germany those symbols do not constitute a trademark but a registration is required. The use of these symbols is though only permitted in relation to a registered trademark. Otherwise there is an infringement of Competition Law.
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