Here's a link to the U.S. Trademark and Patent Office, giving some very basic info. http://www.uspto.gov/trademarks/index.jsp You can do some searches on legal sites or business sites, for more detailed info. Good luck.
by Thomas - 5 hours ago
Yes, you can trademark a word so long as it's distinctive and not already in regular usage. For example, you couldn't trademark the word "sandwich" because everyone already uses that word to mean something. Maybe you want to trademark the made up word "mudwich", which is far enough away from sandwich (you probably couldn't get a trademark for "sandwish" or "sangwich" for example - too close). If the word is already in use like the made up word "dubstep" then you can't trademark that either. But if you do come up with something unique then yes - you can.
by malica - 5 hours ago
I really doubt that you can just trademark a word. you probably have to make it the name of your company or something
by lzr0 - 5 hours ago
I'd focus on the music and let a manager focus on this legal Mumbai jumbo
by Public Enemy - 5 hours ago
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