KAILASA’s Events Trademark Usage

Table of Contents

Trademark Usage

This website contains general guidance for the proper use of  KAILASA Events various trademarks, service marks, and domain names. It is not intended as comprehensive guidance for all legal uses. Any questions regarding the proper use of these, or any other KAILASA Events marks or domain names not addressed here, should be directed to: KAILASA Events at contact@kailaasa.org

Unauthorized use of KAILASA Events marks is not permitted.

Trademark Definitions

Trademark

A trademark includes any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used, or intended to be used, in commerce to identify and distinguish the goods of one manufacturer or seller from goods manufactured or sold by others, and to indicate the source of the goods. In short, a trademark is a brand name.

Service Mark

A service mark is any word, name, symbol, device, or any combination, used, or intended to be used, in commerce, to identify and distinguish the services of one provider from services provided by others, and to indicate the source of the services.

Registration (®) Symbol

The letter R within a circle—®—is a symbol signifying federal trademark registration. The federal registration symbol is used once a mark (a trademark or service mark) is actually registered with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. Even though an application for registration may be pending, a registration symbol may not be used before a mark has actually become registered. The registration symbol is typically superscripted to the right of the last letter of the mark.

Trademark (TM) and Service Mark (SM) Symbols

Trademark and Service mark symbols usually indicate that a party claims rights to a mark. These symbols are often used by a party before a federal registration is issued. There are no federal regulations governing the use of these symbols or designations, however, their use may be governed by local, state, or foreign laws. The TM or SM symbol is typically superscripted to the right of the last letter of the mark. These marks are commonly referred to as common law trademarks.

Attribution Notice

Notice identifying the registered owner of a mark. It is typically found at the bottom of the page on which a mark is used.

Common Law Trademarks

A non-federally registered mark commonly identified by a TM or SM symbol.

Mark Use in Commerce

Use of a mark in commerce including use in presentations, information materials, books, marketing materials, advertisements, external Web sites, etc.

Trademark Guidelines

Trademarks and service marks (collectively known as marks), when properly used, are legally protected indefinitely. The improper use of a mark can cause it to become diluted or regarded as generic, thereby causing the mark to lose some or all of its legal protection status. The following guidelines are provided to promote the proper use of KAILASA Events marks in commerce.

Use all  KAILASA Events marks with the appropriate symbols – ®, SM or TM as they are displayed in the  marks Inventory section of this Web site. The appropriate symbol is usually superscripted and placed to the right of the last letter of the mark. KAILASA Events marks may be distinguished by using other typographic enhancements such as bold or italic type.

Examples of Symbol Placement:

Unclutching®

In instances where KAILASA Events may want to co-brand with a third party, a license agreement is necessary. Assistance can be obtained by contacting KAILASA Events Legal Services.

Usage of KAILASA Events marks for sponsorships (i.e campaigns, etc.) should be pre-approved by  KAILASA Events Legal Services.

Give proper attribution when using KAILASA Events marks. An attribution notice should be placed in all material used in commerce that includes a KAILASA Events mark. Sample Attribution notices:

Unclutching® is a registered service mark of  KAILASA Events, Inc. in the United States and/or other countries.

Subscribe

Get weekly updates on the latest blogs via newsletters right in your mailbox.
Blog Subscription Form

Related tags

Related Content

pacchai pattini vrathma

The Sri Yantra, or Sri Chakra, is our very human body. Inside of us, we have forty-three energies. Inside the Sri Chakra, you will see forty-three triangles It looks very

Rama Rajyabhisheka celebration
Explore the spiritual significance of Sri Ramanavami, the cosmic advent of Bhagavan Sri Rama, and the sacred celebrations at Adi Kailasa Nithyananda Sarvajnapeetham.
Rama Navami Celebration
Join us at Adi Kailasa for Sri Rama Navami, celebrating the divine wedding of Rama and Sita, an emblem of Dharma and devotion, set in the land where Rama compiled