HAIRTOO



Trademark Coverage

No Class Specified

non-metal non-permanent reusable hair cutting template which allows hair stylists to cut hair to leave a temporary slogan, symbols or image

Owner

Brunk, Matthew T.

Business in Monrovia, MD

Owns 1 trademark

Timeline
  • Apr 26
    2013
    Cancelled SEC 8 (6 Yr)
  • Oct 02
    2009
    TEAS Change Of Correspondence Received
  • Sep 19
    2006
    Registered Principal Register
  • Aug 04
    2006
    Law Office Registration Review Completed
  • Jul 28
    2006
    Assigned To LIE
  • Jul 20
    2006
    Allowed Principal Register SOU Accepted
  • Jun 26
    2006
    Statement Of Use Processing Complete
  • Jun 09
    2006
    Use Amendment Filed
  • Jun 09
    2006
    TEAS Statement Of Use Received
  • Feb 10
    2006
    Extension 1 Granted
  • Jan 05
    2006
    Extension 1 Filed
  • Jan 27
    2006
    Extension Received With TEAS Petition
  • Jan 27
    2006
    Petition To Revive Granted
  • Jan 27
    2006
    TEAS Petition To Revive Received
  • Jul 05
    2005
    NOA Mailed SOU Required From Applicant
  • Apr 12
    2005
    Published For Opposition
  • Mar 23
    2005
    Notice Of Publication
  • Jan 12
    2005
    Law Office Publication Review Completed
  • Jan 07
    2005
    Assigned To LIE
  • Jan 05
    2005
    Approved For PUB Principal Register
  • Dec 14
    2004
    Amendment From Applicant Entered
  • Dec 08
    2004
    Correspondence Received In Law Office
  • Dec 08
    2004
    TEAS Response To Office Action Received
  • Nov 23
    2004
    Examiner's Amendment And/Or Priority Action Mailed
  • Nov 23
    2004
    Examiners Amendment And/Or Priority Action Completed
  • Nov 19
    2004
    Previous Allowance Count Withdrawn
  • Aug 20
    2004
    Law Office Publication Review Completed
  • Aug 18
    2004
    Approved For PUB Principal Register
  • Aug 18
    2004
    Examiner's Amendment Entered
  • Aug 18
    2004
    Assigned To LIE
  • Aug 13
    2004
    Examiner's Amendment Mailed
  • Jul 29
    2004
    Assigned To Examiner
  • Jan 20
    2004
    New Application Entered In TRAM