Word mark

Trademark: 'NORMES B2' 
CAISSE NATIONALE D'ASSURANCE MALADIE DES TRAVAILLEURS SALARIES (CNAMTS)
European Community Trademark, no. 002049740, Word mark

 

On 19. 1. 2001 the community trademark application no. 002049740 was filed for NORMES B2 (Word mark) by CAISSE NATIONALE D'ASSURANCE MALADIE DES TRAVAILLEURS SALARIES (CNAMTS) before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in classes 9, 16, 35, 38, 41 and 42. The current status of the trademark is registered.

Status is 'Registered'
The Community Trade Mark has been registered for the European Union.

Registered7. 5. 2003
Expiry date19. 1. 2021
Nice classes9, 16, 35, 38, 41, 42

 
 

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Owner

CAISSE NATIONALE D'ASSURANCE MALADIE DES TRAVAILLEURS SALARIES (CNAMTS)
26-50, avenue du Professeur André Lemierre
75986 Paris cedex 20
FR

 

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Representative

SELARL DU MANOIR DE JUAYE
5-7, rue Georges Berger
75017 Paris
FR

 

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Nice classes

9  Computer software for standardised transmission of information between, on the one hand, doctors (general practitioners, specialists), midwives, dentists, pharmacists, medical auxiliary personnel as defined in the public health code (nurses, masseur-physiotherapists, speech therapists, orthoptists, hearing aids dispensers, chiropodists, opticians, etc.), balneotherapy centres, nursing homes, hospitals, clinics, laboratories, hospital transport, suppliers of medical devices listed in the Inter-Ministerial health services tariff, all the aforesaid entities being designated under the general name of "health professionals" and on the other hand, the health insurance organisations (namely the agricultural, general, self employed and special health insurance boards).

16  Printed matter, books, magazines, periodicals, directories, guides, catalogues, handbooks (manuals), technical instructions, drawings, leaflets, and more generally all paper publications relating to standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 9) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 9).

35  All data processing services namely, entering and processing data, statistical work, qualitative and quantitative studies, computer-aided data analysis; collection of data in a master file; subscription to a database of standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09);arranging subscriptions to newspapers and magazines, including digital newspapers and magazines; management of computer files; updating of multimedia systems, databases and statistical analysis software, all the foregoing being in relation to the field of standardised computer transmission of information between health professionals (as described in Class 9) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 9).

38  Subscriptions to a centre providing access to a computer network or data transmission service via a world-wide communications network (such as the Internet) or private or restricted access communication networks (such as an Intranet);transmission, by data transmission accessible by access codes or by terminals, of information about standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 9) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 9);communication (transmission and dissemination) of information by radio or television broadcasting, by telephone, by data transmission, or by networks or computer terminals, the aforesaid information relating to standards and protocols for the exchange of computerised data between health professionals (as described in Class 9) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 9), videoconferencing, audioconferencing and teleconferencing installations;information services relating to standardised computerised transmission of information between health professionals (as described in Class 9) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 9);secure transmission of data, sound or images, the aforesaid data, sound or images being in relation to standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09);communication of information relating to standards or protocols for the computerised exchange of data by data transmission or computer terminals;transmission of video recordings and messages including sound, digitalisation of messages, sound and images, encoded, scanning of messages and images, encoded, all the aforesaid data being in relation to standards and protocols for the exchange of computerised data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09).

41  Publication of books, newspapers, magazines and more generally of all publications on any media, among other paper, magnetic, optical, electronic and audio-visual media, the aforesaid publications being in relation to standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 9) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 9);vocational training relating to standardised computerised transmission of information between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09);arranging and conducting of colloquiums, seminars, conferences and training workshops in relation to standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09).

42  Design, development, up-dating, maintenance, reproduction and production (technical supervision) of computer software (programs for computers), multimedia systems, databases and software packages for statistical analysis, all the aforesaid being in relation to the field of standardised computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09); leasing of access time to a computer data base server centre; research relating to the establishment of standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (general practitioners, specialists), midwives, dentists, pharmacists, medical auxiliaries as defined in the public health code (nurses, masseurs/physiotherapists, speech therapists, orthoptists, hearing aid dispensers, chiropodists, opticians, etc.), water-cure centres, clinics, hospitals, health care centres, test laboratories, ambulances, suppliers of medical devices listed in the Inter-Ministerial health services tariff) and health insurance organisations (namely the Agricultural, General, Self-Employed Professional and Special Health Insurance Boards);granting of licences;associative activities relating to the health and social sectors between health professionals (as described in Class 09);professional consultancy, non-business, and technical assistance and consultancy, notably know-how, relating to services in Class 42 as described;digitalisation of encoded messages, sound and images, all the aforesaid data being in relation to standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09);scanning of encoded messages and images, all the aforesaid data being in relation to standards and protocols for the computerised exchange of data between health professionals (as described in Class 09) and health insurance organisations (as described in Class 09).

 
 
 

Records history

 
19.1.2021 Expiry
Expiry date of the trademark 002049740 NORMES B2
8.12.2016 The current state is Registered
Current state
2.2.2011 Trade mark renewed
D.1 Renewal of a mark
21.1.2011 Published
Representative - Replacement of representative
20.8.2007 Published
Representative - Change of name and professional address
2.7.2007 Published
Proprietor - Change of name and address
25.3.2006 Registered
Representative - Change of name and professional address
7.5.2003 Registration
Registration of the trademark 002049740 NORMES B2
12.2.2003 Registered
Representative - Change of name and professional address
19.1.2001 Application
Application of the trademark 002049740 NORMES B2
 

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