Goods and Services (the trademark is registered for the following goods and services)
Class 3 : Non-medicated toilet preparations; cosmetics and cosmetic kits; soaps; shampoos; talcum powder; preparations for use in the bath or shower; bath foam; bath salts; bath oil; shower gel; preparations for the hair; hair gel; preparations for cleaning the teeth; perfumes; eau de cologne; deodorants for personal use; essential oils; toiletries; cotton wool for cosmetic purposes; mouth washes; nail care preparations; nail varnishes and polishes; nail varnish removing preparations; emery paper; pumice stone; shaving preparations; aftershave lotions; hair colorants; false eyelashes; false fingernails; false hair.... More
Class 9 : Electrical and electronic apparatus and instruments; computers; computer peripheral devices; communications apparatus; telephones and telephone apparatus; mobile telephones; mobile telephone apparatus; electronic pagers; cases for mobile telephones and pagers; sound, video and data recording and reproducing apparatus; stereo apparatus; personal stereos; compact disc players; personal compact disc players; headphones and earphones; slipmats, being accessories for turntables; word processing apparatus and instruments; amusement apparatus for use with a television screen or video monitor; games and apparatus for games for use with a television screen or video monitor; coin or token operated electrical or electronic amusement apparatus; computer software; computer games; electronic games; video games; games cartridges for use with electronic games apparatus; sound and video recordings; cinematographic and photographic films; sunglasses; instructional and teaching apparatus and instruments; records, discs, tapes, cassettes, cartridges, cards and other carriers, all bearing or for use in bearing sound recordings, video recordings, data, images, games, graphics, text, programs or information; memory carriers; electrically, magnetically or optically recorded data for computers; interactive compact discs and CD-ROMs; mats and pads, being accessories for use with computers; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 14 : Articles of precious metal and their alloys, and articles coated with precious metal and their alloys, not included in other classes; jewellery, precious stones; horological and chronometric instruments; watches and clocks; money clips; belt buckles; coasters, serving trays, jewellery boxes, all of precious metal or coated with precious metal; jewellery cases; cuff links, brooches, bracelets, bangles, earrings, pendants, medallions, trinkets, charms, rings, watch straps, tie pins, jewellery pins, tie clips, coins; ornaments, statuettes and figurines of precious metal or precious stone, or coated therewith; plates of precious metal or coated therewith; key rings, key fobs and key chains.... More
Class 16 : Paper; printed matter; printed publications; periodical publications; books; booklets; magazines; newspapers; catalogues; guides; carrier bags; paper bags; pamphlets; brochures; news letters and news sheets; printed programmes; stationery; book-binding materials; artists' materials (other than colours or varnish); paint brushes; instructional and teaching material (other than apparatus); writing instruments; pens, pencils, crayons; erasers; rulers; pencil sharpeners; pencil boxes and cases; pencil holders; posters; photographs; photograph albums; ring binders; folders; notebooks; notepads; diaries; calendars; postcards; greetings cards; drawings (graphic); stickers; transfers (decalcomanias); stencils; ordinary playing cards; printed computer programs; paper tape and cards for use in data processing; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.... More
Class 18 : Articles made of leather or imitation leather; articles of luggage; attache cases; briefcases; suitcases, travelling bags and valises; handbags and shoulder bags; shopping bags and wheeled shopping bags; small leather goods; purses, billfolds and pocket wallets; cases for credit cards and for passports; cheque book covers; cases for mobile telephones; key fobs, key cases, luggage tags and coasters, all made of leather or imitation leather; school bags and satchels; tote bags, game bags and hip bags; bags for campers and for climbers; backpacks, knapsacks, rucksacks and haversacks; lunchbags; cosmetics bags; parasols and umbrellas.... More
Class 21 : Household or kitchen utensils and containers; small domestic utensils and containers; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes; ornaments, statuettes and figurines of ceramic, china, glass, crystal, earthenware and porcelain; plates; ornamental plates; wall plaques (not being furniture); drinking vessels; mugs; jugs; tankards; steins; bottles and insulated bottles; jars; bell jars; coasters (other than of paper or of table linen); serving trays; lunch boxes.... More
Class 24 : Textiles and textile goods, not included in other classes; household linen; table linen; bed and table covers; table mats (not of paper); table napkins; coasters of table linen or of textile; loose furniture coverings; throws; sheets, pillow cases, duvet covers; towels; wall hangings of textile; handkerchiefs.
Class 25 : Clothing; footwear and headgear.
Class 28 : Games, toys and playthings; gymnastic and sporting articles; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 38 : Broadcasting; communications and telecommunications; broadcasting and transmission of radio and television programmes; data transmission and data broadcasting; broadcasting and transmission of text, messages, information, sound and images; transmission of radio and television programmes, text, messages, information, sound and images via communication and computer networks; computer aided transmission of information, messages, text, sound, images, data and radio and television programmes; broadcasting and transmission of digital information by means of cable, wire of fibre; receiving and exchanging of information, text, messages, sound, images and data; electronic mail services; teletext services; inter-active video text services; news information and news agency services; message sending; communications by and/or between computers and computer terminals; communications for access to databases and computer networks; communication services for access to information, text, sound, images and data via communication and computer networks; gateway services for access to a communications or computer network; retrieval, provision and display of information from a computer stored databank; electronic display of information, messages, text, images and data; on-line services; on-line information services; information services relating to any of the aforesaid services.... More
Class 41 : Entertainment, education and instruction by or relating to radio and television; entertainment and education by telephone, line, cable, wire or fibre; interactive entertainment and education; entertainment and education by means of or relating to computer; provision of entertainment and education for accessing via communication and computer networks; production, presentation, distribution, syndication, networking and rental of television and radio programmes and of films and sound and video recordings; production, presentation, distribution, syndication, networking and rental of interactive education and entertainment, interactive compact discs, CD-ROMs, computer programs and computer games; production and rental of educational and instructional materials; publishing; organisation, production and presentation of events for educational, cultural or entertainment purposes; organisation, production and presentation of competitions, contests, games, quizzes, fun days, exhibitions, shows, roadshows, staged events, theatrical performances, concerts, live performances and audience participation events; musical entertainment; provision of information for educational, entertainment, cultural or recreational purposes, including the provision of information for accessing via communication and computer networks; provision of advice and information relating to any of the aforesaid services; provision of information relating to music, musicians, performers, and the music and entertainment industries.... More
Class 42 : Restaurant and cafeteria services; computer services; computer services relating to communications and computer networks; computer services relating to computer databases; computer services for interactive communications and broadcasting; computer services for accessing a communications or computer network; computer services for accessing entertainment, education, sound, images, information and data via telephone, line, cable, wire or fibre; computer gateway services; services for providing access and links to a database or computer network; leasing access time to a computer database or computer network; services for accessing and retrieving information, messages, text, sound, images and data via a computer or computer network; computer services for accessing and retrieving radio and television programmes; computer services for on-line shopping; design, compilation and rental of web pages for computer and communications networks; rental of computer software and computer apparatus; provision of information relating to computers, computer software and computer databases, web sites and computer networks; provision of advice and information relating to any of the aforesaid services.... More