The LASERKON trademark was assigned a Serial Number #73414728 – by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Trademark Serial Number is a unique ID to identify the LASERKON mark in USPTO. The LASERKON mark is filed in the category of Electronic Machines. The legal correspondent for LASERKON trademark is ROGER JAY SHARP, 70 MARKET ST, MANCHESTER, NEW HAMPSHIRE UNITED STATES 03101 Domestic Representative - Not Found Prosecution History Date Description Proceeding Number Nov. 04, 1992 CANCELLED SEC. 8 (6-YR) Nov. 20, 1984 . The current status of the LASERKON filing is Registration cancelled because registrant did not file an acceptable declaration under Section 8..
Based on Bedford Computer Corporation, the LASERKON trademark is used in the following business: Computerized Interactive Photocomposition, Graphics Processing and Phototypesetting Systems Comprised of Computer Workstations, Comprised of a Microcomputer, Electronic Keyboard, Computer Driven Graphic Display Screen and Disk Drives for Local Storage, Connected to Other Such Workstations by Means of a Local Area Network, Together with Parts Therefor; Computer Application Programs for Photocomposition, Graphics Processing and Phototypesetting; Computer System Accessories for Inputing Digital Information-Namely, Input Terminals, Scanners and Magnetic Disk or Tape Readers; and Computer System Peripherals-Namely, Additional Disk Drive Units, Printers and Phototypesetters.
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Registration cancelled because registrant did not file an acceptable declaration under Section 8.