Last Updated: May 16, 2014
A trademark can be a word, phrase, symbol or design that identifies and distinguishes the products or services offered by one party from those offered by others.
The following is a list of trademarks owned by Cookie Apps, and might also be trademarks or registered trademarks in other countries. Please note that laws concerning use and marking of trademarks or product names vary by country. Always consult a local attorney for additional guidance.
Those trademarks followed by ® are registered trademarks of Cookie Apps in the United States; those followed by ™ are trademarks or common law marks of Cookie Apps in the United States.
When using the marks in publications that will be distributed only in the United States, include the appropriate TM, SM, or ® symbol on first use. For publications that will be distributed outside the United States, do not include trademark symbols. Instead use the appropriate trademark attribution notice, for example: Real Piano and Real Piano logo are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of Cookie Apps, Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.
The absence of a product or service name or logo from this list does not constitute a waiver of any and all intellectual property rights that Cookie Apps, Inc. has established in any of its product, feature, or service names or logos.
Reporting Trademark Infringements
Real Piano Remote™
Logos and design marks
Real Piano logo™
Generally, trademark law seeks to prevent confusion among consumers about the source of products or services. The owner of a trademark may be able to prevent others from using its trademark (or a similar trademark) in a manner that would confuse people into thinking either that there is a relationship between the trademark owner and the unauthorized user or that the trademark owner endorses the unauthorized user’s products or services.
The owner of a trademark may obtain rights through registration with a recognized trademark office. In certain countries and under certain circumstances, rights in an unregistered trademark may be created through actual use of the trademark in commerce. Please note, merely registering with or obtaining a business permit from a government entity may not by itself create trademark rights.
For more information about trademarks, or to find out about registration of trademarks in the U.S., please visit the United States Patent and Trademark Office's website. For a list of potentially applicable trademark offices in other countries, please consult the World Intellectual Property Organization's trademark directory.
Please note, a business registration does not indicate trademark rights.