European Union Trademark No. 001342781 (Figurative) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registration expired

 
J Logo

Logo design: Toads, frogs, tadpoles ; Animals of division 3.11 in costume

The European Union Trademark for J (Figurative) was filed on 12.10.1999 for goods and services in class(es) 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 001342781 J is 'registration expired'.


 
Trademark information
NameJ
TypeFigurative
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date12.10.1999
Registration date01.06.2001
Expiry date12.10.2009
 
Nice classes1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 34, 35, 36, 37, 38, 39, 40, 41 and 42
OwnerRETI TELEVISIVE ITALIANE SPA
 00187 Roma, IT
 
RepresentativeINTERPATENT
 03003 Alicante, ES
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 1 : Chemical products for use in industry; chemical preparations for scientific purposes; chemical preparations for use in photography; chemicals for agricultural, horticultural or forestry use; artificial and synthetic resins; dispersions of plastics; plastics, unprocessed, in powder, liquid or paste form; animal manures and artificial fertilizers; fire-extinguishing preparations; distemper preparations; chemical preparations for welding; chemical substances for preserving foodstuffs; tanning substances; adhesives used in industry; antifreeze; anti-incrustants; brake fluids; chemical additives to motor fuel.... More
Class 2 : Paints; varnishes; lacquers; preparations for colouring food and beverages; anti-rust preparations for preservation of metals and alloys, and wood preservatives; colorants; mordants; natural resins; metals in foil and powder form for painters and decorators.
Class 3 : Detergents; bleaches; softeners; soaps; bleaching preparations and other substances for laundry use; cleaning, polishing, scouring and abrasive preparations; cosmetics in general, including: perfumes; solid perfumes; deodorants; soaps; liquid soaps; bars of soap; bubble bath; dentifrices; shampoos; essential oils; hair lotions; permanent waving and setting preparations for the hair; gels; hair dyes; face creams; mascara; eye liner; eye shadows; make-up pencils; face packs; lipsticks; foundation cream; body creams; nail polish; nail strengtheners; acetone; suntanning oils and lotions.... More
Class 4 : Industrial oils and greases, excluding edible oils and fats and essential oils; lubricants; dust binding preparations; fuels, including motor fuel; coal; illuminants; candles; church candles; small lights and wicks.
Class 5 : Pharmaceutical, veterinary and sanitary preparations; dietetic preparations for children and invalids; plasters; materials for dressings; balsamic preparations; material for stopping teeth, dental wax; disinfectants; preparations for killing weeds and destroying vermin; parasiticides; fungicides; deodorants, other than for personal use.
Class 6 : Common metals, unwrought, semi-wrought, and their alloys; anchors; anvils; bells; laminated and cast building materials; key-rings; jewellery not of precious metal; rails of metal and other materials of metal for railway tracks; chains not for vehicles; non-electric cables and wires of common metal; ironmongery; pipes and tubes of metal; safes and cash boxes; steel balls; nails and screws; goods of common metal not included in other classes; ores.... More
Class 7 : Machines; machine tools; engines and motors not for land vehicles; bearings for machines; spark plugs; glow plugs for diesel engines; machine coupling and transmission components, not for land vehicles; large agricultural implements; incubators.
Class 8 : Tools; hand tools; razors; cutlery; forks and spoons; side arms; welders, non-electric; lifting jacks, hand operated.
Class 9 : Scientific apparatus and instruments; nautical, surveying and electric apparatus and instruments; electric cables; electric switches; electronic apparatus and instruments; televisions; decoders for television sets; radios; radio recorders; radio transmitters; radio telephones; record players; discs; tapes; cassette recorders; video tapes and video recorders; optical disc readers; photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring and signalling apparatus; television cameras; apparatus for filming and broadcasting TV shows; relays for radio and television stations; radio and television aerials; radio links; spectacles; lenses; checking, supervision, life-saving and teaching apparatus; automatic apparatus, coin or counter-operated apparatus; sound projectors and amplifiers; cash registers; calculating machines; fire extinguishers; electric flat irons; computer programs, computers; printers for use with computers; cards and microprocessors for computers, modems, fax machines; telephone apparatus.... More
Class 10 : Surgical, medical, dental and veterinary apparatus and instruments; syringes for medical purposes and for injections; artificial limbs, eyes and teeth; surgical prostheses; sanitary utensils; orthopaedic bandages; cotton for medical purposes; gauze; bandages; sticking plasters; dressings; sanitary articles of rubber; special furniture for surgical, dental and veterinary purposes; ear picks; ear plugs; ear plugs.... More
Class 11 : Lighting installations; chandeliers; lamps; light bulbs and lights, electric; heaters; boilers for heating installations; burners for heating installations; steam generating installations; cooking installations; installations and apparatus for refrigerating and air conditioning; drying installations; ventilation installations; water distribution installations; sanitary installations.
Class 12 : Automobiles; trucks; mopeds; motorcycles; bicycles; cycle cars; tarpaulins for cars; tyres and inner tubes for vehicles and motor vehicles in general; tractors; motor coaches; vehicles and motor vehicles; aeroplanes; helicopters; gliders; boats; rowboats; ships; means of locomotion by land, air and water; motors and engines for land vehicles; components of bicycles, motor cycles, mopeds and motor vehicles; parts of boats and aeroplanes.... More
Class 13 : Firearms; ammunition; projectiles; missiles; cannons; machine guns; rifles; revolvers; explosive materials; pyrotechnic materials.
Class 14 : Gold; silver; platinum; precious metals and their alloys; goods in precious materials and their alloys; diamonds; brilliants; precious stones; jewellery; jewels; cuff links and tie clips; watches; clocks and watches in general; watch straps; chronometers; jewellery plated with precious metals; cases and other containers for clocks and jewellery.
Class 15 : Mechanical, electric and electronic musical instruments; pianos; accordions; trumpets; violas; violins; cellos; harmonicas; harps; carillons; harpsichords; bagpipes; flutes; gongs; bass drums; clavicymbals; lyres; lutes; mandolas; mandolins; organs; barrel-organs; cymbals; saxophones; drums; kettledrums; trombones; tubas; zampognas (bagpipes).
Class 16 : Books; dictionaries; newspapers; children's comics; comics; periodicals; magazines; catalogues; pamphlets; leaflets; index cards; record and log books; paper; paper articles; cardboard; cardboard articles; blotting paper; photocopy paper; bookbinding material; photographs; articles of stationery; adhesive preparations for office use; glues for office use; artists' materials; painters' brushes; typewriters; stitchers and stapling presses for office use; staples; staple-removers; staples; office hole-punches; instructional and teaching material; files; loose-leaf binders for office use; playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; ink-pads for stamps; stamps; stamp holders; date stamps; pencil sharpeners; office requisites; office materials; office seals; rubber erasers; adhesive tapes for stationery and/or household purposes; paper ribbons for calculating machines; penholders; ball-point pens; pencils, fountain pens; chalks; paper clips; document correctors; compasses for drawing; drawing squares and rulers; enveloping machines for offices; envelopes; writing paper; carbon paper; paper knives; office guillotines; self-adhesive advertising labels; posters; business cards; appointment books.... More
Class 17 : Gutta-percha; caoutchouc, balata and substitutes; goods made of gutta-percha and of rubber; foils; sheets and rods of plastics; asbestos; mica and mica products; materials for hermetically sealing, stopping and insulating; flexible pipes, not of metal; electric, thermal and acoustic insulators; insulating fabrics; asbestos fabrics.
Class 18 : Bags; handbags; valises; rucksacks; pocket wallets; purses; satchels; document holders made of leather and imitations of leather; gentlemen's handbags; trunks; animal skins, hides; articles made of animal skins; leather and leather goods; imitations of skins and leather and goods made of these materials; parasols; parasols; umbrellas; walking sticks; harness and saddlery.
Class 19 : Building materials; natural and artificial stone; bricks; briquettes, tiles; cement; lime; mortar; plaster and gravel; earthenware and cement tubes; road building materials; asphalt; pitch and bitumen; mobile homes; monuments of stone; chimneys; semi-worked timber; timber; beams; planks; panels; veneers; plywood; building glass; sheets of glass; tiles of glass.
Class 20 : Furniture; mirrors; picture frames; goods of wood, reed, cane and wicker; goods of plastic materials; furniture of plastic materials; goods of horn, bone, ivory, whalebone, shell, amber, mother-of-pearl; meerschaum; furniture of metal; camping furniture; sprung mattresses; pillows.
Class 21 : Small utensils and portable containers for household and kitchen use; cooking pots; plates; tumblers; combs; sponges; buckets; basins; toothbrushes; toothpicks; brushes; brush-making materials; implements and articles for cleaning purposes; steelwool; unworked or semi-worked glass; glassware, porcelain and earthenware; bottles.
Class 22 : Ropes; string; nets; tents; canvas; tarpaulins; oilcloth covers; sails; sacks; tents for camping; padding and stuffing materials; animal hair; kapok; feathers; seaweed; raw fibrous textile materials.
Class 23 : Yarns and threads; spun thread and yarn; yarn of synthetic or mixed fibres for use in textiles; worsted; woollen thread and yarn; linen thread and yarn; fibreglass thread for textile use; darning thread and yarn; embroidery thread and yarn; hemp thread and yarn.
Class 24 : Textiles; elastic woven material; adhesive fabric for application by heat; fabric of imitation animal skins; fibreglass fabrics for textile use; woollen fabric; blankets; travelling rugs; table covers; textile articles; wallpaper of textile; handkerchiefs of textile; flags.
Class 25 : Clothing for gentlemen, ladies and children in general, including clothing in leather; shirts; blouses; skirts; suits; jackets; trousers; shorts; jumpers; t-shirts; pyjamas; stockings; singlets; corsets; suspenders; underpants; brassieres; underwear; hats; headscarves; ties; raincoats; overcoats; coats; swimming costumes; tracksuits; anoraks; ski pants; belts; fur coats; mufflers; gloves; dressing gowns; footwear in general, including: slippers, shoes, footwear for sports, boots and sandals.... More
Class 26 : Buttons; lace; lace and embroidery; ribbons and braids; press-studs; hooks and eyes; pins and needles; artificial flowers.
Class 27 : Carpets; rugs; matting; linoleum; materials for covering floors; wall hangings (non-textile); wallpapers; goods for covering walls and partitions; oilcloth.
Class 28 : Games; toys; gymnastic and sporting articles; ornaments and decorations for Christmas trees; board games; games made of paper or cardboard-based materials.
Class 29 : Meat; fish; non-living molluscs and crustaceans; poultry and game; meat extracts; tinned meat; preserved, dried and cooked fruits and vegetables; jellies; jams; eggs; milk; milk products; dairy products; cheese; butter; yoghurt; milk beverages; edible oils and fats; pickles; fruit preserves; vegetable preserves; meat preserves; fish preserves.
Class 30 : Cake pastry; food pastes; sweets; coffee; tea; cocoa; sugar; rice; tapioca; artificial coffee; flour; bread; biscuits; tarts; pastries; pralines; edible ices; honey; syrup; pepper; vinegar; sauces; spices; ice; coffee, cocoa and chocolate-based beverages.
Class 31 : Agricultural, horticultural and forestry products and grains; unseasoned timber; live animals; fresh fruits and vegetables; seeds; live plants and natural flowers; foodstuffs for animals; malt.
Class 32 : Beers; mineral water; aerated and other non-alcoholic drinks; syrups; products for making beverages; fruit juices; beverages made from fruit juices.
Class 33 : Wines; spirits; liqueurs; alcoholic beverages.
Class 34 : Tobacco, raw and processed; smokers' articles; tobacco pipes; lighters; cigar and cigarette holders; cigar cases and cigarette cases; pipe racks; pipe cleaners; cigarette paper; cigarette filters; cigarettes; cigars; matches.
Class 35 : Services carried out for and/or on behalf of others in the advertising and business sectors; public relations and market research.
Class 36 : A service provided for and/or on behalf of others, in the insurance sector; services provided for and/or on behalf of others by banking institutions or related bodies, such as exchange bureaux or clearing houses; stockbroking services; services relating to monetary affairs, insured by trustee agents; issuing travellers' cheques and letters of credit; services provided by real estate managers, such as rental services, real estate appraisal or provided by financial backers; services connected with the insurance sector, such as services provided by insurance agents or brokers; insurance underwriting services.... More
Class 37 : An activity carried out in the construction and repair sector.
Class 38 : Services in the communications sector; communications services via the Internet, such as provision of access to the Internet and Internet portal services; transmission of radio and television programmes; cable and satellite transmission of programmes; managing telephone lines and transmission of telephone services; computer aided transmission of messages and images; news agencies; non-commercial information agencies.... More
Class 39 : Transport and storage of goods; transport of travellers; rental of transport vehicles; marine towing, unloading, operating harbours and quays and salvage of endangered ships and their cargo; operating airports; packaging goods, before forwarding; information relating to travel and the transport of goods provided by intermediaries or tourist offices; information services relating to tariffs, timetables and means of transport; checking vehicles and goods before transshipment.... More
Class 40 : Treatment of materials; mechanical, physical or chemical treatment or processing of inorganic and organic substances, manufactured articles or goods.
Class 41 : Production of radio and television programmes; production of television and cinema films; editing of radio and television programmes; rental of radio and television sets; movie studios; providing movie theatre facilities; rental of video tapes and motion pictures; rental of movie projectors and accessories; recording studio services; rental of sound recordings; services provided by a recording company, such as the production of musical works; production and presentation of live performances; theatre productions; services provided in the sectors of instruction, education, entertainment and recreation; arranging and conducting courses, competitions, games, sporting competitions, congresses, seminars, musical and singing events; organisation of exhibitions for cultural and/or educational purposes; club services; services provided by a publishing company, such as the publication of texts; physical education; services relating to the development and practice of sports; entertainer services; modelling for artists; musical performances; music halls; discothèque services.... More
Class 42 : Industrial and fashion design of clothing, textiles, machines, installations and civil and industrial manufactured articles in general; services relating to the obtaining of accommodation, board and lodging from hotels, boarding houses, camp sites, tourist hostels, farms offering board and lodging, sanatoriums, rest and convalescent homes; services provided by businesses which essentially undertake to provide food and drink ready for consumption, such as services provided by restaurants located in self-service stations, canteens, bistros; management of beauty salons and hairdressing salons; services provided by a travel agency services and hotel reservations services for travellers; services provided by engineers or technicians who undertake appraisals, assessments, research and surveying; computer programming, design and updating of computer software; computer consultancy services.... More
 
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