LIVE On 5/20/2023 - NEW APPLICATION FILED
|By Amuquandoh, Kweku|
The NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU trademark was assigned a Serial Number #98000977 – by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). Assigned Trademark Serial Number is a Unique ID to identify the NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU trademark application in the USPTO.
The NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU mark is filed in the category of Clothing Products . The legal correspondent for NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU trademark is BRIAN IGEL, BELLIZIO + IGEL PLLC, 305 MADISON AVENUE, 40TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY 10165 . The current status of the NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU filing is NEW APPLICATION FILED.
Based on Amuquandoh, Kweku, the NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU trademark will be used in the following business: bottoms as clothing; tops as clothing; footwear; headwear; underwear; hosiery; sleepwear; waist belts .
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|Word Mark||NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU|
|Current Status||NEW APPLICATION FILED|
|Status Date||Saturday, May 20, 2023|
|Filing Date||Wednesday, May 17, 2023|
|Mark Drawing Code||N/A|
|Mark Description||The mark consists of the stylized letters NDB immediately adjacent to an image of a fist and a computer chip, all being immediately above the stylized words NOFUTO DATA BUREAU.|
|Colors Claimed||Color is not claimed as a feature of the mark.|
|Trademark Owner|| |
Brooklyn, NY 11205
Owner Type: Individual
|Trademark Correspondent|| |
BELLIZIO + IGEL PLLC
305 MADISON AVENUE, 40TH FLOOR
NEW YORK, NY 10165
| Priority-Claim International Filing Deadline: |
Nov 17, 2023
(Priority Claim Must Be Filed Within Six Months of Foreign Filing)
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Trademark Classification Information
Class 025 - Clothing, footwear, headgear.
First Use Anywhere: Not Available
First Use in Commerce: Not Available
Trademark Goods and Services Description
Class 025 - bottoms as clothing; tops as clothing; footwear; headwear; underwear; hosiery; sleepwear; waist belts
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|May 20, 2023||NEW APPLICATION ENTERED|
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On Saturday, May 20, 2023, the status for the NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU trademark changes to NEW APPLICATION FILED
On Wednesday, May 17, 2023, Amuquandoh, Kweku filed a U.S. Federal trademark application for NDB NOFUTO DATA BUREAU trademark. Amuquandoh, Kweku is located in Brooklyn, NY .
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A trademark serial number is a number that is assigned to a pending trademark application. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) provides trademark serial numbers. The USPTO gives a serial number to every trademark application. The USPTO assigns serial numbers to trademark applications when they are filed.How do I look up a trademark name? ›
You may conduct a free online search of the USPTO database at the Public Search Facility (Madison East, 1st Floor; 600 Dulany Street, Alexandria, Virginia) between 8:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m. USPTO personnel may not conduct trademark searches for the public. Private trademark search firms will conduct searches for a fee.Where is the serial number on a trademark? ›
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An application number includes a two digit series code followed by a six digit serial number which is assigned by the USPTO. Great!Does a trademark have value? ›
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The fact is that when consumers make purchasing choices, they do so largely because of the trademark to which products and services are attached. Trademarks for your brand are valuable assets that you can use to grow and communicate with consumers.Can I see who owns a trademark? ›
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The USPTO defines a dead mark as: “A dead or abandoned status for a trademark application means that specific application is no longer under prosecution within the USPTO, and would not be used as a bar against your filing.” While you can register a dead mark, other potential issues may make it not worth the risk.Can you identify a product by its serial number? ›
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Principally, there are three symbols that are most commonly associated with signifying trademark rights: Circle R (®), TM, and SM. Depending on the nature of the goods/services sold and the status of the trademark application with the USPTO, one or more of these marks may be appropriate.
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Essentially, a serial number is what you get automatically after filing for a trademark with the USPTO, whereas a Registration number is what you get after the USPTO has approved your mark and it's now registered to you.What is the 1800 number for trademark? ›
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If unable to use TSDR to retrieve online status information, you may telephone the Trademark Assistance Center ("TAC") at (571) 272-9250 or (800) 786-9199 and request a status check. TAC is open from 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time, Monday through Friday, except on holidays.What is trademark code 14? ›
Trademark Class 14 generally protects all items associated with jewelry, such as precious metals, charms, fine clocks and watches, and the jewelry itself.What is trademark code 041? ›
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The serial number is a unique sequence of numbers and/or letters which is used to identify your product.