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How do you copyright an acronym?
Last Updated: 27th April, 2020
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Accordingly, how much does it cost to trademark an acronym?
If you have ever asked yourself how much does it costto trademark a phrase, according to the current feeschedule on the USPTO, trademark registration feescost $275 per mark per class. If you need an attorney'sassistance, the cost averages around $1,000 to$2,000.
Similarly, can I trademark a slogan? You can't trademark a slogan that justdescribes your company's goods or services. This doesn't usuallymeet the USPTO's requirements. You can adopt a sloganfor your brand without filing out a trademark application.If you want to keep others from using it, however, you shouldtrademark the slogan.
Then, how do you abbreviate trademark?
If a trademark is not registered, they can writethe word "Trademark", use the abbreviation "TM", oruse the symbol ™ on their products. If a trademark isregistered, they can use the letter R in a circle symbol: "®".People can also say it is a "registered trademark" or usethe abbreviation "Reg."
How do I copyright a quote?
To register your quote, submit an applicationform, deposit and filing fee to the U.S. Copyright Office.You can submit an application online at Copyright.gov or youcan mail a hardcopy. If the U.S. Copyright Office needsadditional information, it will contact you.