Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Computer programs and computer operating programs; software and computer operating software; software programs for video games, computer games and other electronic and virtual games; programs recorded on (machine-readable) data carriers for data processing (software), data and databases; video games, computer games and other electronic and virtual games; media for storing information, data, signals, speech, text, images, sound or tunes; machine readable media; pre-recorded and blank sound recording carriers, in particular recording discs, compact discs (CD-ROMs), sound tapes and sound cassettes (compact cassettes); pre-recorded and blank image carriers, in particular videodisks (optical discs), compact discs (CD-videos, CD-ROMs and CDIs), films, cassettes and tapes, exposed films; photo CDs; computer discs; optical, magnetic and laser discs; magnetic tapes; video tapes; data processing equipment, computers and computer peripheral devices; apparatus for receiving and transforming encoded signals (decoders); apparatus, including multimedia apparatus, for connecting and controlling audio, video and telecommunications apparatus and computers and printers, including such apparatus with electronic program management and control for interactive television viewing and/or pay-TV; buffer memories, computer chips, disks, cables, drives, terminals, printers, keyboards and monitors; computer game accessories comprising disc memories, manual controls and television games apparatus; automatic gaming and entertainment machines, including video and computer games (including token or coin operated); accessories for computers, videos and computer games and similar electronic and electrotechnical apparatus, namely joysticks, manual controls, control devices, adapters, modules, computer and video game cassettes, diskettes, cartridges, discs and tapes, included in class 9; apparatus and installations for recording, receiving, transmission, processing, conversion, output or reproduction of information, data, signals, speech, text, images, sound or tunes; multimedia apparatus and apparatus for interactive television; electric, electrotechnical and electronic apparatus and equipment, included in class 9; scientific, controlling, measuring, signalling, counting, recording, monitoring, checking, switching and regulating equipment and similar apparatus and instruments; apparatus, instruments and equipment for telecommunications; optical image viewers with three-dimensional graphic representation; apparatus and installations in the field of entertainment electronics, in particular receivers, radios, CD players, cassette players, tape recorders, loudspeakers (cabinets), record players, television apparatus, monitors, video recorders, video screens, video cameras; observation instruments, binoculars, telescopes; phototelegraphy apparatus; radiotelephony sets; video telephones; (portable) telephone apparatus and installations; photographic, cinematographic, optical and (audio-visual) teaching apparatus and instruments; transparency projection apparatus; cinematographic cameras; photographic cameras; movies; electronic 3-D spectacles; (sun)glasses and spectacle cases; (protective) helmets; phototelegraphy apparatus; spectacles (optics); anti-glare spectacles; compact discs (read-only memory); compact discs (audio-video); magnetic data carriers; optical data carriers; floppy disks; telephone apparatus; animated cartoons; magnetic tapes; magnetic tape units (for computers); magnetic data carriers; magnetic cards; modems; monitors (computer hardware); monitors (computer programs); juke boxes (coin-operated); sound recording strips; sound recording apparatus; sound carriers; sound-reproducing apparatus; parts for the aforesaid goods, included in class 9.... More
Class 14 : Goods of precious metals and/or their alloys or plated therewith, namely works of art, decorative objects; tableware, (except cutlery), epergnes; Jewellery and ornaments (jewellery); costume jewellery; cuff links, tie pins, pins (jewellery) and ornamental pins; horological and chronometric instruments; watch straps; wrist watches; chronographs (watches); chronometers; cases for clocks and watches; watch and clock springs; clock cases; purses of precious metal; chains (jewellery); watch chains; chronometric instruments; rings (jewellery); watches; pendulum clocks; wall clocks; alarm clocks; parts for the aforesaid goods, included in class 14.... More
Class 18 : Goods of leather and imitations of leather and/or fabric and/or plastic, included in class 18; bags and other containers not specifically designed for the objects to be carried; hand bags, briefcases, school satchels and bags, shopping bags, back packs, rucksacks; small leather goods, in particular purses, pocket wallets, key wallets, travelling sets, trunks and travelling bags; umbrellas, parasols and walking sticks; briefcases; beach bags; bags for campers; key cases (leatherware); purses; chain-mesh purses, not of precious metal; garment bags for travel; attaché cases; vanity cases (not fitted); skins of chamois, not for cleaning purposes; leather, unworked or semi-worked; bands of leather; travelling bags; bags for climbers; umbrellas; shopping bags; card cases (note cases).... More
Class 25 : Clothing, footwear, headgear, in particular,: stockings; swimwear, bath robes; belts; shawls; accessories, namely headscarves, scarves, shawls, dress handkerchiefs, neck ties and bow ties; gloves; suits; swimming costumes; bathing trunks; bathing caps; bath sandals; teddies (undergarments); brassieres; frocks; mittens; belts (being articles of clothing); half-boots; slippers; short-sleeved shirts; shirt yokes; shirts; trousers; braces; hats; jackets; jerseys (clothing); heavy jackets; skull caps; hoods; ready-made clothing; sweat-absorbent underwear; coats; corselets; dressing gowns; caps; visors; outerclothing; jump suits; parkas; petticoats; jumpers; pyjamas; cyclists' clothing; raincoats; skirts; sandals, scarves; pyjamas; breeches (for wear); (laced) shoes; ski boots; briefs; socks; sports shoes; lace-up boots; esparto shoes or sandals; beach clothes; beach shoes; sweat absorbent stockings; tights; sweaters; pockets for clothing; knitwear (clothing); sports jerseys; uniforms; sweat-absorbent underwear; pants; underwear; underclothing; waistcoats; hosiery; dresses; overalls; suits; evening wear; corsets, overcoats for men and women; muffs; gloves; outdoor clothing; anoraks; shoulder wraps; jeans; leisure wear; polo shirts; T-shirts; t-shirts; leggings; topcoats.... More
Class 28 : Games and playthings (including electronic), included in class 28; electronic games apparatus with or without video screens; electronic pocket games; video games, computer games and other electronic and virtual games; gymnastic and sporting articles (included in class 28); skiing equipment, skis, ski bindings and ski poles; skateboards, surfboards and snowboards and parts therefor, included in class 28; roller-skates and ice-skates; balls for games; tennis equipment; tennis racquets, baseball bats, cricket bats, golf clubs and hockey sticks; cases, bags and containers for gymnastic and sporting equipment, in particular for the aforesaid goods; golf gloves; slides (playthings); automatic games, other than coin-operated and those adapted for use with television receivers only; sailboards; surf boards; hang gliders; para gliders; kites; surf skis and surf kites; water skis and associated devices; roller skates, ice skates.... More
Class 39 : Travel agencies, in particular travel arrangement, sightseeing and escorting of travellers; transport of persons and goods by road, rail, sea and air.
Class 41 : Providing of training, education, tuition and further training; publishing; computer training and further training; planning, organisation and conducting of training courses, correspondence courses, seminars, exhibitions, trade fairs, conferences, film, television and video showings and events; sports tuition; organisation and conducting of sporting, cultural, social, charity and similar events and competitions; planning, organisation and conducting of virtual events and competitions; production, reproduction, showing and rental of films, videos and other television programmes; production and reproduction of data, speech, text, sound and image recordings on video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD-ROMs and CDIs) and of video games, computer games and other electronic and virtual games; showing and rental of video and/or audio cassettes, tapes and discs (including CD-ROMs and CDIs) and of video games, computer games and other electronic and virtual games; rental of television receiving apparatus and decoders, lending libraries, theatrical booking agencies, musical performances; theatre productions, public entertainment, circuses; entertainment; organisation and presentation of shows, quizzes and musical events and organisation of competitions in the fields of entertainment and sports, also for recorded programmes or live broadcasts on radio or television; radio and television services, included in class 41; production of television and radio advertising broadcasts, including associated prize game broadcasts; information services and public relations, included in class 41; publication of printed matter, magazines, periodicals and newspapers, printed publications, prospectuses and documentation as well as setting copy, news circulars, information leaflets, comic books, handbooks and manuals, address books and tables of contents and photographs and associated electronic media (including CD-ROMs and CDIs); operating of lotteries; club services (entertainment or education); amusement park services; discotheque services; academies (education); education information; holiday camp services; television entertainment; correspondence courses; movie studios; providing recreation facilities; health club services; gaming services; providing golf facilities; boarding schools; providing movie theatre facilities; arranging and conducting of colloquiums; artists' services, in particular model agencies for artists; artist management; presentation of live performances; orchestra services; party planning (entertainment); production of radio and television programmes; production of shows; providing casino facilities (gambling); providing sports facilities; rental of sports equipment (except vehicles); sport camp services; rental of stadium facilities; recording studio services; arranging and conducting of symposiums; rental of sound recordings; entertainer services; organisation of exhibitions for cultural or educational purposes; rental of video tapes and cassettes; entertainment information; video-tape film production; organisation of competitions (education or entertainment); timing of sports events.... More