GERRY STEBNICKI,

Canadian Trademark Information

Anti-theft devices, namely, a single flashing LED ( Light Emitting Diode ), which automatically begins flashing on vehicle ignition disengagement, and is designed to be mounted inside of a motor vehicle to resemble an electronic motor vehicle alarm to deceive potential thiefs into believing the vehicle is armed with an electronic alarm.

Words that describe this mark

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Abandonment Notice! On Wednesday, January 1, 1800, status on the trademark changed to Registration cancelled. Apply Now for this name starting at $449!

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On Monday, September 11, 1995, a canadian trademark registration was filed for the above pictured logo by GERRY STEBNICKI, BOX 13, SITE 17, SS #1,, CALGARY,, ALBERTA, CANADA T2M4N3. The Canadian IP office has given the trademark application number of 792264. The current status of this trademark filing is Registration cancelled. The correspondent listed for is WAYNE E. LOGAN of (MILLER THOMSON LLP), 3000, 700 - 9TH AVENUE S.W., CALGARY, ALBERTA, CANADA T2P3V4 The trademark is filed in the description of Anti-theft devices, namely, a single flashing LED ( Light Emitting Diode ), which automatically begins flashing on vehicle ignition disengagement, and is designed to be mounted inside of a motor vehicle to resemble an electronic motor vehicle alarm to deceive potential thiefs into believing the vehicle is armed with an electronic alarm. .
Word Mark: Logo Mark
Current Status:
Registration cancelled
DEAD Mark!
Application Number: 792264
Filing Date: Monday, September 11, 1995
Filing Place: Canada
Registration Date: Thursday, March 12, 1998
Registration Number: TMA491336
Register Type: Primary
Type Of Mark: Trademark
Mark Feature: Figurative
Use In Commerce: Yes
Publication Registration: Wednesday, July 2, 1997
Opposition: 7/2/1997 - 7/2/1997
Last Applicant/Owner: BOX 13, SITE 17, SS #1,
CALGARY,
ALBERTA
CANADA T2M4N3
Correspondent:
(MILLER THOMSON LLP)
3000, 700 - 9TH AVENUE S.W.
CALGARY
ALBERTA
CANADA T2P3V4
Logo Design Information
Design Feature:
(1) Red, pink, orange
Goods and Services Information
Description:
(1) - Anti-theft devices, namely, a single flashing LED ( Light Emitting Diode ), which automatically begins flashing on vehicle ignition disengagement, and is designed to be mounted inside of a motor vehicle to resemble an electronic motor vehicle alarm to deceive potential thiefs into believing the vehicle is armed with an electronic alarm.

Classification Information

Class Code: 012 - Vehicles and Products for locomotion by land, air or water
Description: Vehicles
Class Code: 009 - Computer & Software Products & Electrical & Scientific Products
Description: Electrical and scientific apparatus

Matter History Events

Status Date: Record Status Description
2013-10-24 National prosecution history entry - Automatic Expungement - Failure to renew
2013-04-03 National prosecution history entry - renewal notice sent
1998-03-12 Registration published - registered
1997-09-26 National prosecution history entry - allowed
1997-09-26 National prosecution history entry - allowance notice sent
1997-07-02 Application published - advertised
1997-06-04 Application accepted - approved
1997-03-13 National prosecution history entry - default notice sent
1996-09-09 National prosecution history entry - correspondence created
1996-04-12 National prosecution history entry - correspondence created
1996-01-18 National prosecution history entry - Examiner's First Report
1996-01-18 National prosecution history entry - correspondence created
1995-12-11 Filing date accorded - Search Recorded
1995-09-28 Filing date accorded - formalized
1995-09-19 National prosecution history entry - created
1995-09-11 Application filed - filed
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