Word mark

Trademark: 'FA'AHE'E' 

European Community Trademark, no. 001995604, Word mark


On 29. 11. 2000 the community trademark application no. 001995604 was filed for FA'AHE'E (Word mark) before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 16, 25, 28, 38 and 41. The current status of the trademark is application withdrawn.

Status is 'Application withdrawn'
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Applied29. 11. 2000
Nice classes16, 25, 28, 38, 41


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Nice classes

16  Photographs; printed matter.

25  Clothing; shoes and footwear; headgear.

28  Gymnastic and sporting articles (except clothing, footwear and mats); among other sports bags (adapted for the goods they are designed to carry) and sports bags for transport and protection of sports equipment.

38  Telecommunications; communication by computer terminals; transmission of information by data transmission and satellite; telecommunications, electronic mail using the Internet; transmission of commercial and advertising information via the Internet; transmission of information by means of electronic catalogues via the Internet; communication by computer (Internet) and data transmission networks and by satellite ; retransmission of sporting and cultural events by computer (Internet) and data transmission networks and by satellite; news and information agencies.

41  Entertainment; sporting and cultural activities; publication of computerised data to be used on computer networks; organisation of sporting and cultural events; production of shows and films; television and radio entertainment.