tedster - 4:07 pm on Apr 16, 2007 (gmt 0) [chillingeffects.org...] The above page at ChillingEffects says this:
It's not our function here to give legal advice - and legal advice is what you need most. Note that copyright law is not trademark law, so I'd suggest reading the section on chillingeffects.org that pertains specifically to trademarks:
Some courts have held that it is trademark infringement when one company uses anotherís trademark to attract people who search for the competing company. There are meta tag uses that are considered fair use -- for example, when a site uses a descriptive term that is also a trademark.
The above page at ChillingEffects says this: