SLIDEPAD - European Union Trademark Information

SLIDEPAD trademark registration was filed on September 30, 2011, and the mark was successfully registered with the EUIPO on March 2, 2012 under EUTM trademark no. 010305878.

Trademark application claimed priority of an earlier filing in United States. Priority was claimed with trademark no. US85281280 which was filed in United States on March 30, 2011.

Conceptualized Engineering Limited, who is the trademark holder was represented by FRY HEATH & SPENCE LLP (EUIPO registered representative, ID no. 10618).

There were no raised oppositions across the publication period. The 90 day opposition period for this mark starts on November 24, 2011.

Expiration date for the current trademark registration is September 30, 2021.

Trademark Name SLIDEPAD Trademark No. 010305878
Type Figurative Status Registered
Filling Date September 30, 2011 Registration Date March 2, 2012
NICE Classes 12 Basis EUTM
Reference T230276E-CT Status Date March 6, 2012
Owner Information
Owner Conceptualized Engineering Limited
Owner ID 476043
Legal Status Legal entity
Country US
Address Conceptualized Engineering Limited
843 Shore Breeze Drive
Sacramento, California 95831
Representative Information
Representative FRY HEATH & SPENCE LLP
Representative ID 10618
Legal Status Legal person
Country GB
The Gables, 17 Massetts Road
Horley, Surrey RH6 7DQ
NICE CLASS Descriptions
Class Class Description

Vehicles; Apparatus for locomotion by land, air or water; two-wheeled vehicle parts and accessories; bicycle brake pads; bicycle brakes; bicycle brake levers; bicycle brake cables; bicycle brake cable housing; replacement brake pads for bicycle; scooter brake parts and accessories; motorcycle brake parts and accessories; electric bicycle parts and accessories.

Country Number Date Status
United States US85281280 March 30, 2011 Accepted

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