http://www.google.com/search?q=online-classroom Almost half a million hits for the phrase "online classroom". This is common usage, and thus I don't think you'll have any issues of copyright. On the other hand, I think you might want a more unique name for yourself, maybe? IANAL, etc. Stephen -- Stephen Rider <http://striderweb.com/> On Jul 30, 2008, at 1:38 PM, Andrew Kuhry-Haeuser wrote: > I am about to put a site up on the internet that will serve as a > location for the online live audio/video Latin classes that I will > begin teaching online in September. I'm a little concerned about > the name I have chosen, though: "The Latin Online Classroom". I am > concerned because the Great Books organization, the only other > entity I have seen that offers the same sort of live audio/video > online Latin classes, uses the term "online classrooms" prominently > on its site, in the header subtitle. Does this mean that they have > some sort of ownership of the term? Is the name too close? > > If anyone has any information or can tell me where to go to get the > information I need, I'd truly appreciate it.