The NEED'L-AID trademark was assigned a Serial Number #72449108 – by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Trademark Serial Number is a unique ID to identify the NEED'L-AID mark in USPTO. The NEED'L-AID mark is filed in the category of Medical Apparatus. The legal correspondent for NEED'L-AID trademark is ?, Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Mar. 11, 1996 EXPIRED SEC. 9 Jun. 23, 1981 REGISTERED - SEC. 8 (6-YR) ACCEPTED & SEC. 15 ACK. . The current status of the NEED'L-AID filing is This registration was not renewed and therefore has expired..
Based on LIFE SCIENCE SYSTEMS, INC., the NEED'L-AID trademark is used in the following business: APPARATUS FOR SECURING CATHETERS, NEEDLES AND WINGED TIPS TO PATIENTS.
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