Plantronics trademarks are among the company's most important and valuable assets. They serve as a calling card in the marketplace by identifying Plantronics and its products and serve as a guarantee of consistent quality. As improper use of trademarks may result in the loss of trademark rights, Plantronics trademarks must be used in accordance with these guidelines.
Use of the Plantronics logo is limited to Plantronics and its authorized licensees. Licensees must use the logo in accordance with the Plantronics Logo Usage Guidelines for Third Parties.
Trademark Usage Guidelines
When using the Plantronics trademark, include the ® symbol with the first and most prominent use of the trademark. For all other Plantronics trademarks, it is not necessary to include a trademark symbol.
To attribute ownership of the trademarks to Plantronics, whenever Plantronics trademarks are used, a trademark attribution statement must be included. The statement should read:[Alphabetic list of Plantronics marks used] are trademarks or registered trademarks of Plantronics, Inc.
Always use the trademark as an adjective, not a noun. For example:
Correct: The Voyager Legend headsets will be shipped today.
Incorrect: The Voyager Legends will be shipped today.
Never use the marks in a possessive or plural form.
The trademarks may not be combined with other words or symbols, using a hyphen, or otherwise.
The trademarks may not be translated into languages other than English or used in wordplay, puns, jokes or negative ways.
Do not use Plantronics trademarks more prominently than your business name on any materials such as brochures, company letterhead, or Web sites.
Do not include Plantronics trademarks or terms similar to Plantronics trademarks as part of your company name, product name or in a domain name registration.
Do not copy or imitate the Plantronics trade dress which is the "look and feel" of Plantronics packaging, logos, and Web site.