Should a comma be placed before or after registered trademark symbol?

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The trademark symbol is part of a name and as such must not be separated from the name. Therefore, a comma would follow the symbol.
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Where is the proper placement of the registered trademark symbol?

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Is punctuation placed before or after a trademark symbol?

After. Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition. 8.152 - Trademarks ...Although the symbols...(for registered and unregistered trademarks, respectively) often accompany tradema

Does a trademark have to be registered for protection to take place?

Not always. Many countries recognize a common-law or statutory right to prevent others from "passing off" similar goods or services using a similar brand, once the senior bran

Where to place commas with trademarks?

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Why should someone register a trademark?

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Should a comma be placed before because?

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Should a comma be placed before the word and?

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How do you make a registered trademark symbol?

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