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On 1/25/2013 4:34 PM, Simos Xenitellis wrote:
Hi Regina, Indeed, the ASF holds now the "" trademark in the US. The issue is about the "OpenOffice" trademark (without the ".org" part), which for the US it is reserved by someone else, If there is such a trademark search website for Europe, then you will find that the "OpenOffice" trademark is also taken in Europe by someone else, and also in Brazil (that's why the Brazilian team selected "BrOffice"). That's why we do not use "OpenOffice" by itself. Simos

My trademark search says that open office and openoffice both have dead trademark applications and thus are available to be trademarked.

Bill Drescher
william {at} TechServSys {dot} com

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