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Can we choose  2-3 words from other Trademark slogan  which has 6 words

Can we choose 2-3 words from other Trademark slogan which has 6 words

In Slogans    -  updated on 1/6/2010
I was devising slogan for my e-commerce business but I found few words of my slogan is also trade mark of other e-commerce venture. Is it legal to have few words which are common for both but with different meaning?? For example : Connecting People is Nokia's Slogan Connectioning Business Dealers ==> can I use Word Connecting..Please do suggest me what is legal and ilegal Does TM/Slogan protection is for phrase or also for words
JOIN US / FOR A BETTER AMERICA

JOIN US / FOR A BETTER AMERICA

In Slogans    -  updated on 12/30/2009
Can you trade mark a slogan for a political party? I.E. as it refers to a request for the readers attrention to consider a motovation to do something (legal) This is Federal trade mark request
costs of filing for a US trademark for a slogan

costs of filing for a US trademark for a slogan

In Slogans    -  updated on 12/20/2009
2 questions: 1 - can I get a trademark on a slogan for the entire US or do I need to go state by state? 2 - how much are the filing fees for a slogal trademark?
copyright, patent or neither?

copyright, patent or neither?

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
i have an idea i want to protect. i know i cant copyrightit becasue its a phrase. For lack of a better way to explain...it is much along the lines of the "What would Jesus" Do campaign. I wonder if the slogan " W.W.J.D." or something like it can be protected as a trademark? any ideas how i can pretect my
Modify

Modify

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
I have a concept for a marketing campaign that includes modifying 20-30 different slogans by different companies.  I want to use these modified slogans to promote the launch of a new business.  The modified slogans would be used in print and oral communication.

Is this prohibited?
Trademarking Slogans Legal Question - Please Help!

Trademarking Slogans Legal Question - Please Help!

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
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I started a car dealership and wanted to have a slogan

I was thinking "Providence's #1 Source for Car Sales"

Would this slogan be considered legal ??  It says #1 source... even though I'd sell about 5 cars a month... others can sell maybe around 20

Thanks!!
How do I trademark a phrase?

How do I trademark a phrase?

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
I have thought of a great phrase that will be used by the company I am working for.  I would like the credit for it yet do not know how to go about it.  Any and all suggestions welsome.
Proper use of TM

Proper use of TM

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
I'm a graphic designer and my client would like to trademark a slogan. She wants the entire slogan to be protected. However, it seems that the slogan has two parts to it - a catch phrase and a tagline. Would she have to trademark both the catch phrase and the tagline seperately? For example:

TWO WORD CATCH PHRASE HERE (TM at the end)
Short tagline sentence beneath catch phrase (TM at the end)

or is it sufficient just to put the trademark at the end of tagline? Example:
Trademark within a trademark

Trademark within a trademark

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
I'm an attorney for a government agency, we are looking to file a trademark for a 4 word slogan.  This slogan will be for a community service joint effort we are doing with a national non-profit agency.  The last word of the statement will be the non-profit's name, which is already trademarked.  

It will read something like "Team up with TeamX," where TeamX is the trademarked name of the non-profit.  

Non-profit is fully supportive of this.  Ar...
Marketing strategy?

Marketing strategy?

In Slogans    -  updated on 11/11/2009
I'm involved in a produce committee which has recently begun using a new slogan "x with y" in some promotional materials (local and national).  We received a letter from a competing produce producer's lawyer requesting we stop using this phrase because it was used as part of it's marketing strategy which said "Bold produce gets x in the y!"  "x with y"  is not trademarked from what we can find out.  Are we in the wrong.