EUTM file information

001642925

VTP


May 1, 2000

Trademark Summary

The trademark VTP was filed by Daniel S. Stein, a national of the United States of America (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on January 21, 2001, and received one opposition filed on April 11, 2001 by VPT Akademie Fort- und Weiterbildungs GmbH des Verbandes Physikalische Therapie-Vereinigung für die physiotherapeutischen Berufe (VPT) e. V. on (a) Identity of marks and Goods and Services, (b) Likelihood of confusion. the opponent was represented by RECHTS- UND PATENTANWALTSKANZLEI LEWINSKY & KOLLEGEN and proceedings were handled in English, and the oppositon was dismissed by the Euorpean Union Intellectual Property Office with decision issued April 11, 2001

The application was filed in English, and English was also language of all opposition proceedings (French was selected as the second language).

Cancellation Proceedings

A total of one cancellation proceedings were initiated against the trademark registration in 2003.The first Cancellation was filed by CKL Holdings N.V. (represented by undefined) on January 31, 2016 and Final decision – EUTM fully cancelled.

The renewal of the trademark was recorded by the office on March 30, 2010.

Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on August 12, 2007. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on April 12, 2010. Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on March 17, 2011. Application for revocation or for a declaration of invalidity of the trademark registration was recorded on June 15, 2015. Decisions on applications for revocation or for a declaration of invalidity of the trademark registration was recorded on February 22, 2016.

The Cancellation with reference B 000010929 was EUTM cancelled according to Article 51(1)(a) CTMR with decision issued on October 29, 2015 by the EUIPO.


Goods And Services

  • The mark was filed in class 41 with Education services in the field of exercise, for identification, isolation and exercise to strengthen the pelvic floor muscles, thereby increasing their participation in the human sexual response and improving their contribution to the provision and treatment of incontinence (both urinary and fecal).
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