Word mark

Trademark: 'DSC' 
Harman International Industries, Incorporated
European Community Trademark, no. 002358703, Word mark


On 22. 8. 2001 the community trademark application no. 002358703 was filed for DSC (Word mark) by Harman International Industries, Incorporated before the OAMI.The goods and services in respect of which registration of the trademark was sought are in class 9. The current status of the trademark is registration expired.

Status is 'Registration expired'
The Community Trade Mark has not been renewed by the trademark owner and has therefore expired.

Registered16. 9. 2002
Expiry date22. 8. 2011
Nice classes9


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Harman International Industries, Incorporated
8500 Balboa Blvd.
91329 Northridge,


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Nice classes

9  Home cinema systems; amplifiers; loudspeakers; loudspeaker systems incorporating amplifiers and sound processors; DVD players; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.


Records history

24.10.2016 The current state is Registration expired
Current state
24.6.2012 Trade mark expired
D.1 Renewal of a mark
22.8.2011 Expiry
Expiry date of the trademark 002358703 DSC
16.9.2002 Registration
Registration of the trademark 002358703 DSC
22.8.2001 Application
Application of the trademark 002358703 DSC

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