BIKINI trademark

BIKINI - Trademark Information

Trademark by BAUSCH & LOMB INCORPORATED

The BIKINI trademark was assigned a Serial Number #72376839 – by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Trademark Serial Number is a unique ID to identify the BIKINI mark in USPTO. The BIKINI mark is filed in the category of Electronic Machines. The legal correspondent for BIKINI trademark is JON O WEBSTER, BAUSCH & LOMB, ONE LINCOLN FIRST SQ, P O BOX 54, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK UNITED STATES 14604 Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Oct. 26, 2002 CANCELLED SEC. 8 . The current status of the BIKINI filing is This registration was not renewed and therefore has expired..

Based on BAUSCH & LOMB INCORPORATED, the BIKINI trademark is used in the following business: BINOCULAR LENS COVER.

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SERIAL NUMBER
72376839
WORD MARK
BIKINI
CURRENT STATUS
This registration was not renewed and therefore has expired.
STATUS DATE
Saturday, October 26, 2002
FILING DATE
Monday, November 23, 1970
PRIORITY-CLAIM INTERNATIONAL FILING DEADLINE:

May 23, 1971
(PRIORITY CLAIM MUST BE FILED WITHIN SIX MONTHS OF FOREIGN FILING)
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REGISTRATION NUMBER
927762
REGISTER TYPE
Principal
TRADEMARK OWNER
ONE LINCOLN FIRST SQUARE, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK UNITED STATES 14604
Owner Type: CORPORATION
TRADEMARK CORRESPONDENT
BAUSCH & LOMB, ONE LINCOLN FIRST SQ, P O BOX 54, ROCHESTER, NEW YORK UNITED STATES 14604 Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Oct. 26, 2002 CANCELLED SEC. 8
Trademark Classification Information
CLASS INFO
Class 009 - Electronic Machines

First Use Anywhere:
First Use in Commerce:
Trademark Goods and Services Description
DESCRIPTION
Class 009 - BINOCULAR LENS COVER

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Current Status:

This registration was not renewed and therefore has expired.

10/26/2002