service mark

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What the appropriate term in Spanish'

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updated JUN 28, 2012
posted by Yolanda

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Ah, so you mean a service mark as opposed to a trademark, used to identify a service rather than a product. Also called a servicemark. In that case, Gustavo's suggestion is correct.

FYI, a service mark is unregistered, so you can't use the ® sign.

A ? is usually used to indicate an unregistered trademark. It is an informal notification that there is a public claim as a trademark.

An SM represents an unregistered service mark. It is also an informal notification that there is a public claim as a service mark.

The ® (commonly pronounced R-in-a-circle or Circle-R) is a warning notice to advice the public that the mark is federally registered and their use provides legal benefits. This notice can be used only with registered marks. Use of a ® with any unregistered trademark may result in claims of fraud. Several other countries also use the ® symbol to indicate that a trademark or service mark is registered in their respective systems.

updated JUN 28, 2012
posted by 00bacfba
What was Gustavo's suggestion? It has been deleted.
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as refers to the service mark of an organization displayed on signage, etc. Also, what is being used for Chief Professional Officer'

updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by Yolanda
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Nos falta contexto para contestar.

updated MAY 20, 2008
posted by 00bacfba