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Difference between TM and R in Trademark

A trademark is a word, phrase, symbol, or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of the goods or services of one party from those of others. A trademark can be represented by the symbol “TM” for an unregistered trademark, or the symbol “R” in a circle for a registered trademark.

The main difference between TM and R in trademark is the level of legal protection. The TM symbol can be used to inform the public that a word, phrase, or logo is being used as a trademark, even if it has not yet been registered with the relevant trademark office. The use of the TM symbol does not provide any legal protection for the trademark, but it does serve as a warning to others that the owner claims rights in the mark.

On the other hand, the R in a circle symbol indicates that a trademark is registered with the relevant trademark office and has received full legal protection. In order to use the R symbol, the trademark must be registered and the registration must be in effect.

In summary, the TM symbol is used for unregistered trademarks to alert the public that the owner is claiming trademark rights, while the R in a circle symbol is used for registered trademarks that have received full legal protection.

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