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Ratan Kumar (Private Service)     28 January 2013

Usage of currency symbols ($, euro) in logo for trademark

I wish to apply for trademark registration of company name. If the name image / lable includes a currency symbol for example $ along with other english letters, will it violate trademark guideline. In other words what if a currency symbol (instead of a letter) is included in the name for trademark registration as in "LOCA$E". Will trademark office object?

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Nagaraja B S (Corporate Commercial & IP Lawyer)     29 January 2013

Dear JM, A trademark is a word, symbol or design, or a combination of these, used to distinguish the goods or services of one person or organization from those of others in the marketplace. Once it is registered with trademark, usually there will be a disclaimer that you will not get any exclusive right to use $. However, you can use this as a combination for which trademark applied. We can help you for Trademark Registration. For more details, contact Regards, Nagaraj www.iplexglobal.in

Abhijeet Kulkarni (BD)     30 January 2013

Dear Sir,

As per the query, you can use the $ symbol in combination with other english letters. the basic criteria for TM is uniquness in your brand.

If you have any query you may visit our webiste www.riverintellect.com.

Regards

Rajesh Hazra (Mediator and Legal Counsel )     31 January 2013

Dear Sir,

You can keep this as your Trademark. For further details visit  www.legalmaximus.com.


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