The trademark application LBF was filed by Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft zur Förderung der angewandten Forschung e.V., a corporation established under the laws of the Federal Republic of Germany (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on April 4, 2005, and it was registered by office on September 23, 2005 without any oppositions.
The application was filed in German (English was selected as the second language).
The renewal of the trademark was recorded by the office on July 2, 2014.
Change of name and professional address of the trademark registration was recorded on August 13, 2007. Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on January 19, 2010. Change of name and address of the trademark registration was recorded on January 2, 2013.
Goods And Services
The mark was filed in class 6 with following description of goods:
Goods of common metals and their alloys, included in class 6
Metal building materials
Building panels of metal
Buildings of metal
Fasteners of metal
Common metals, unwrought or semi-wrought.
The mark was filed in class 7 with following description of goods:
Machines for the paper and printing industries
Machines for the chemical industry
Agricultural and forestry machines
Machines for the food and drinks industry
Cleaning machines and apparatus
Vacuum technology machines
Metalworking, woodworking and plastic-processing machines, hand tools (not hand-operated)
Machines for use in motive power engineering and conveyor technology
Energy-generating machines and apparatus, in particular installations and systems for generating and transmitting renewable forms of energy, in particular for generating electricity
Household apparatus and machines
Bearings (parts of machines)
Control units and control installations for machines, engines and motors
Conveyors (machines) and conveyor installations
Parts and housings for all the aforesaid machines, apparatus, devices and installations, included in class 7
Motors and engines, machine couplings, gears and transmission components, included in class 7.
The mark was filed in class 9 with following description of goods:
Electric apparatus, included in class 9
Scientific, nautical, surveying, photographic, cinematographic, optical, weighing, measuring, signalling, checking (supervision), life-saving and teaching apparatus and instruments
Apparatus and instruments for conducting, switching, transforming, accumulating, regulating or controlling electricity
Analysers and diagnostic apparatus, not for medical purposes
Chemistry apparatus and instruments
Apparatus and instruments for physics
Material testing instruments and machines
Precision measuring apparatus
Diaphragms for scientific apparatus
Optical apparatus and instruments
Railway traffic safety appliances
Surveying apparatus and instruments
Life-saving apparatus and equipment
Astronomy apparatus and instruments
Satellites for scientific purposes
The mark was filed in class 12 with Vehicles for locomotion by land, air, water or rail and fittings for vehicles for locomotion by land, air, water or rail, included in class 12..
The mark was filed in class 16 with Printed matter, periodicals, magazines, flyers and prospectuses and bookbinding material..
The mark was filed in class 35 with following description of goods:
Organisation and arranging of exhibitions, trade fairs and events for commercial or advertising purposes
Representation of the business interests of others to political decision-makers and other persons
Systemisation and compilation of data in databases.
The mark was filed in class 37 with Machinery installation, maintenance and repair.
The mark was filed in class 41 with following description of goods:
Providing of training and further training
Organisation, arranging and conducting of courses, seminars, workshops, symposiums, congresses and conferences
Publication of printed materials, information material and publications
Providing electronic publications
Publication of information materials for scientific and technical reports.
The mark was filed in class 42 with following description of goods:
Scientific and technological services and design relating thereto
Scientific and industrial research
Research and development(for others)
Research in the field of renewable raw materials
Conducting technical measurements, technical tests and checks
Developement of measuring and testing methods
Technical measuring and testing
Measuring and analysis services
Calibration and function testing of measuring apparatus
Calculating emissions and immissions
Planning services (engineering), research and development(for others)
Technical project studies
Scientific and technical consultancy
Providing documentation and retrospective research for research purposes
Engineering and providing of scientific expertise
Consultancy in the field of computers
Hardware and software consultancy
Computer software installation and maintenance
Development of computer hardware and software, providing computer programs on data networks
Creation of software for databases
All the aforesaid goods and services in particular in the following fields
Research into the mechanical strength properties of materials under different operational and environmental conditions, and different handling and processing conditions
Research and development of mechanical strength hypotheses, deterioration models and mechanisms
Assessment of new materials and material systems for operational use
Capture, analysis and simulation of the operational loads and stresses of structural parts and structures, and optimisation of the operational strength and design of structural parts and structures, in particular for travelling gear, rotating travelling gear components, load-bearing structures, installations and machines, drives, microcomponents and nanostructures
Development of durability detection procedures and product specifications
Research, appraisal and prognosis of the characteristics and availability of complex active and passive structural systems in respect of component and system integration
Optimisation of systems with regard to quantitive and qualitative reliability and economy
Analysis and appraisal of preproduction costs, operational costs and consequential costs of systems during the preset life-cycle and system optimisation
Analysis, optimisation and appraisal of technical structures with regard to convenience, function, reliability, operational safety, energy requirement and operational characteristics
Design and development of active, semi-active and intelligent structural systems
Development of methods, processes and techniques relating to structural monitoring for registering stress, damage prognosis and prevention, and with regard to construction of prototype systems.