European Union Trademark No. 001885870 (Figurative) Trademark register: EUIPO Status: registered

 
YOU KNOW WHO Logo

Logo design: Eyes ; Other lines or bands

The European Union Trademark for YOU KNOW WHO (Figurative) was filed on 03.10.2000 for goods and services in class(es) 9, 16, 25 and 28 at the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO). The current status of the trademark No. 001885870 YOU KNOW WHO is 'registered'.


 
Trademark information
NameYOU KNOW WHO
TypeFigurative
RegisterEuropean Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)
 
Filing date03.10.2000
Registration date06.02.2002
Expiry date03.10.2020
 
Nice classes9, 16, 25 and 28
OwnerWarner Bros. Entertainment Inc.
 91522 Burbank,, California, US
 
RepresentativeWarner Bros Entertainment Europe
 WC1X 8WB London, GB
 
Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 9 : Scientific, nautical, surveying, electric, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments; apparatus for recording, transmission or reproduction of sound or images; magnetic data carriers, recording discs; automatic vending machines and mechanisms for coin-operated apparatus; cash registers, calculating machines, data processing equipment and computers; fire-extinguishing apparatus; motion picture films featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure and/or animation, and motion picture films for broadcast on television featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure and/or animation; pre-recorded vinyl records, audio tapes, audio-video tapes, audio video cassettes, audio video discs, and digital versatile discs featuring music, comedy, drama, action, adventure, and/or animation; stereo headphones; batteries; cordless telephones; covers and cases for mobile telephones; hand-held calculators; audio cassette and CD players; CD ROM games; hand-held karoke players, telephone and/or radio pagers; cordless telephones, cellular telephones, short motion picture film cassettes featuring comedy, drama, action, adventure and/or animation to be used with hand-held viewers or projectors; video cassette recorders and players, compact disc players, digital audio tape recorders and players, electronic diaries; radios; mouse pads; eyeglasses, sunglasses and cases therefore; computer programs, namely, software linking digitised video and audio media to a global computer information network; game equipment sold as a unit for playing a parlor-type computer game; video and computer game programs; video game cartridges and cassettes; encoded magnetic cards (such as magnetic key cards, phone cards, credit cards, debit cards, cash cards); and decorative magnets; audio tapes sold with booklets as a unit; swimming floats; kickboard flotation devices; surfboards; swim boards; computer software supplied from the Internet; electronic publications (downloadable) provided from databases or the Internet; computer software and telecommunications apparatus (including modems) to enable connection to databases and the Internet; computer software to enable searching of data; digital music (dowloadable) provided from the Internet; digital music (downloadable) provided from MP3 Internet web sites; MP3 players; parts and accessories for all of the aforementioned; stand alone video output game machines; Animated cartoons; apparatus for changing record player needles; asbestos clothing for protection against fire; asbestos gloves for protection against accidents; breathing apparatus for underwater swimming; breathing apparatus, except for artificial respiration; bullet-proof vests (Am.); bullet-proof waistcoats; bullet-proof waistcoats [vests (Am.)]; cabinets for loudspeakers; cases especially made for photographic apparatus and instruments; cases fitted with dissecting instruments [microscopy]; cleaning apparatus for phonograph records; cleaning apparatus for sound recording discs; clothing for protection against accidents, irradiation and fire; clothing for protection against fire; computer keyboards; computer operating programs recorded; computer operating programs, recorded; computer peripheral devices; computer programmes [programs], recorded; computer software [recorded]; containers for contact lenses; containers for microscope slides; divers' apparatus; divers' masks; diving suits; earplugs for divers; eyeglass cases; eyeglass chains; eyeglass cords; eyeglass frames; filters for respiratory masks; fire beaters; fire blankets; fire boats; fire engines; fire hose nozzles; floats for bathing and swimming; furniture especially made for laboratories; garments for protection against fire; gloves for divers; gloves for protection against accidents; gloves for protection against X-rays for industrial purposes; holders for electric coils; interfaces [for computers]; juke boxes [for computers]; knee-pads for workers; magnets; masts for wireless aerials; micrometer screws for optical instruments; monitors [computer programs]; motor fire engines; nets for protection against accidents; oxygen transvasing apparatus; pince-nez cases; pince-nez chains; pince-nez cords; pince-nez mountings; plotters; protection devices against Roentgen rays, not for medical purposes; protection devices against X-rays [Roentgen rays], not for medical purposes; protection devices against X-rays, not for medical purposes; protection devices for personal use against accidents; protective helmets; protective masks; protective suits for aviators; push buttons for bells; railway traffic safety appliances; reflecting discs for wear, for the prevention of traffic accidents; reflecting discs, for wear, for the prevention of traffic accidents; respirators [other than for artificial respiration]; respirators for filtering air; respiratory masks [other than for artificial respiration]; retorts' stands; road signs, luminous or mechanical; safety nets; safety restraints [other than for vehicle seats and sports equipment]; safety tarpaulins; shoes for protection against accidents, irradiation and fire; signs, luminous; solderers' helmets; spark-guards; spectacle cases; spectacle frames; stands for photographic apparatus; steering apparatus, automatic, for vehicles; swimming belts; swimming jackets; teeth protectors; tripods for cameras; turnstiles, automatic; vehicle breakdown warning triangles; water wings; workmen's protective face-shields; computer software [recorded].... 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Class 16 : Paper, cardboard and goods made from these materials, not included in other classes; printed matter; bookbinding material; photographs; adhesives for stationery or household purposes; artists' materials; paint brushes; typewriters and office requisites (except furniture); instructional and teaching material (except apparatus); plastic material for packaging (not included in other classes); playing cards; printers' type; printing blocks; printed matter and paper goods, namely, books featuring characters from animated, action adventure, comedy and/or drama features, comic books, children's books, magazines featuring characters from animated, action adventure, comedy and/or drama features, colouring books, children's activity books; stationery, writing paper, envelopes, notebooks, diaries, note cards, greeting cards, trading cards; lithographs; pens, pencils, cases therefor, erasers, crayons, markers, coloured pencils, painting sets, chalk and chalkboards; decals, heat transfers; posters; mounted and/or unmounted photographs; book covers, book marks, calendars, gift wrapping paper; paper party favors and paper party decorations, namely, paper napkins, paper doilies, paper place mats, crepe paper, paper hats, invitations, paper table cloths, paper cake decorations; printed transfers for embroidery of fabric appliques; printed patterns for costumes, pyjamas, sweatshirts and t-shirts; paper photo frames; parts and accessories for all the aforementioned; booklets sold with audio tapes as a unit; Adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; aquarium hoods; architects' models; babies' diaper-pants of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' diapers of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' napkin-pants [diaper-pants] of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' napkin-pants of paper and cellulose [disposable]; babies' napkins of paper and cellulose [disposable]; bags for microwave cooking; balls for ball-point pens; chaplets; composing frames [printing]; composing sticks; control tokens; engraving plates; galley racks [printing]; garbage bags [of paper or of plastics]; garbage bags of paper or of plastics; graining combs; hand labelling appliances; holders for checkbooks [cheque books]; house painters' rollers; indoor aquaria; indoor terrariums [vivariums]; marking chalk; packaging material made of starches; passport holders; photograph stands; printers' blankets, not of textile; printers' reglets; rosaries; self-adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; sheets of reclaimed cellulose for wrapping; steatite [tailor's chalk]; tailors' chalk; tanks [indoor aquaria]; trays for sorting and counting money; vignetting apparatus; wristbands for the retention of writing instruments.... More
Class 25 : Clothing, footwear and headgear; clothing for men, women and children namely, shirts, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jogging suits, trousers, jeans, shorts, tank tops, rainwear, cloth bibs, skirts, blouses, dresses, suspenders, sweaters, jackets, coats, raincoats, snow suits, ties, robes, hats, caps, sunvisors, belts, scarves, sleepwear, pajamas, lingerie, underwear, boots, shoes, sneakers, sandals, booties, slipper socks, swimwear and costumes comprised of body suits and face mask; Babies' diapers of textile; babies' napkins of textile; boot uppers; cap peaks; dress shields; fittings of metal for shoes and boots; footwear uppers; hat frames (skeletons); heel pieces for stockings; heelpieces for boots; heelpieces for boots and shoes; heelpieces for shoes; heelpieces for stockings; heels; inner soles; iron fittings for boots; iron fittings for shoes; non-slipping devices for boots; non-slipping devices for boots and shoes; non-slipping devices for shoes; pockets for clothing; ready-made linings [parts of clothing]; shirt fronts; shirt yokes; soles for footwear; studs for football boots (shoes); tips for footwear; visors [hatmaking]; welts for boots; welts for boots and shoes; welts for shoes.... More
Class 28 : Toys and sporting goods, including games and playthings; sporting goods, including games and playthings, namely, action figures and accessories therefor; plush toys; balloons; bathtub toys; ride-on toys; equipment sold as a unit for playing cards; toys vehicles; dolls; flying discs; electronic hand-held unit for playing electronic games; a board game, a card game, a manipulative game, a parlor game, a parlor-type computer game; hand-held units for playing electronic parlor games, and action type target game; jigsaw and manipulative puzzles; paper face masks; skateboards; ice skates; water squirting toys; balls - namely, playground balls, soccer balls, baseballs, basketballs; baseball gloves; swimming floats for recreational use; kickboard flotation devices for recreational use; surfboards; swim boards for recreational use; swim fins; toy zip guns; toy bakeware and toy cookware; toy banks; and Christmas tree ornaments.... More
 
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