Unitled Trademark



Trademark Coverage

No Class Specified

Parachutes and parachute systems for handling persons and loads, namely space and air vehicle recovery parachutes, seat ejection parachutes, boat delivery parachutes, deceleration parachutes for high-performance aircraft, bomb retarding parachutes, ordnance flare parachutes, and weapons delivery parachutes and comprising parts, namely nets, deployment handles and release mechanisms, fittings, lines, straps, and harnesses for handling persons and loads, integrated night lights, packing mats, airbags, equipment and storage bags, integrated oxygen masks and controls therefore, all sold as a unit; brake chutes as used in industrial, defense, and military operations for the retrieval of people and cargo loads, all sold as a unit

Owner

IRVIN AEROSPACE INC.

Business in Santa Ana, CA

Owns 4 trademarks

Timeline
  • Feb 05
    2014
    Assignment Of Ownership Not Updated Automatically
  • Apr 04
    2013
    Notice Of Acceptance Of SEC 8 & 15 Mailed
  • Apr 04
    2013
    Registered SEC 8 (6 Yr) Accepted & SEC 15 ACK
  • Apr 04
    2013
    Case Assigned To Post Registration Paralegal
  • Mar 22
    2013
    TEAS Section 8 & 15 Received
  • Apr 14
    2010
    Assignment Of Ownership Not Updated Automatically
  • Apr 10
    2007
    Registered Principal Register
  • Jan 23
    2007
    Published For Opposition
  • Jan 03
    2007
    Notice Of Publication
  • Dec 06
    2006
    Law Office Publication Review Completed
  • Dec 06
    2006
    Assigned To LIE
  • Nov 20
    2006
    Approved For PUB Principal Register
  • Nov 17
    2006
    TEAS/Email Correspondence Entered
  • Nov 01
    2006
    Correspondence Received In Law Office
  • Nov 01
    2006
    TEAS Response To Office Action Received
  • May 02
    2006
    Non Final Action Mailed
  • May 01
    2006
    Non Final Action Written
  • May 01
    2006
    Assigned To Examiner
  • Nov 08
    2005
    Notice Of Design Search Code Mailed
  • Nov 03
    2005
    New Application Entered In TRAM
  • Oct 27
    2003
    Paper Received