The words “TRAGIC MIKE” is both the name of the company and the registered trademark for the goods and services offered by the company.
When referring to the company that owns “TRAGIC MIKE” brand, it is unnecessary to use the typographic conventions for trademarks that set them apart from the rest of the text, such as all capital letters or italics.
Correct: I called the Gentlemen prestige office.
Correct: I work for Gentlemen Prestige.
When using “TRAGIC MIKE” to refer to the goods and services offered by the company, it is appropriate to use a typographic convention, such as all capital letters, italics, or ™ or ® to signify that the term is a trademark. The symbol ™ are abbreviations for “Trademark” and are used with common-law (unregistered) marks. The symbol ® identifies a mark that is registered in the United Kingdom Patent and Trademark Office.
Unlawful Use Of The Trademark
It is strictly prohibited to use the trademark “TRAGIC MIKE" without the companies consent or knowledge, this includes but not restricted to the abbreviations of the trademark “TRAGIC MIKE” such as “TRAGIK MIKE” “THE TRAGIC MIKE” “THE TRAGIC OF MIKE”
If you have been assigned permission to use the trademark “TRAGIC MIKE” by the company I.E. if you’re a Theatre, Promoter, 3rd Party Ticket Seller, this permission will be restricted to promote the show, event or tickets you sell only. Once the show, event or your deal with the company as a 3rd party ticket seller has ended, your rights to use the trademark “Gentlemen Prestige” will be terminated and no further permission to use the trademark “TRAGIC MIKE” will be permitted unless by special arrangement with the company.
Legal Action and Trademark Infringement
We take the use of our trademark “TRAGIC MIKE” being used unlawfully very seriously, any parties to be found infringing our trademark “TRAGIC MIKE” will face legal prosecution under the Trademarks Act 1994.