EUTM file information

017311127

BIGFOOT


October 11, 2017

Trademark Summary

The trademark application BIGFOOT was filed by Bigfoot Biomedical, Inc., a U.S. corporation (the "Applicant"). The application was published for oppositions on November 3, 2017, and it was registered by office on February 12, 2018 without any oppositions.

The application was filed in English (French was selected as the second language).

Appointment and Replacement of representative of the trademark registration was recorded on February 3, 2021.


Goods And Services

  • The mark was filed in class 10 with following description of goods:
    1. Medical apparatus
    2. Medical devices
    3. Medical instruments
    4. Medical pumps
    5. Medical diagnostic, monitoring and examination equipment
    6. Medical apparatus and units for dosage, measuring and monitoring, namely, drug delivery devices and systems
    7. Medical apparatus, namely, infusion and injection devices for administering drugs
    8. Medical devices, namely, infusion pumps for delivering measured amounts of solutions into the bloodstream over time
    9. Insulin pens, syringes and injectors sold empty
    10. Pen caps for medication delivery pens
    11. Blood glucose testing apparatus
    12. Blood glucose meters
    13. Devices for monitoring blood glucose for medical purposes
    14. Infusion pumps
    15. Infusion pumps for delivering measured amounts of solutions into the bloodstream over time
    16. Medical apparatus, namely, pumps, injectors, and applicators used for the provision of closed-loop control of medication delivery
    17. Medical apparatus, namely, systems for use in artificial organ support
    18. Medical test kits for diabetes monitoring for home use
    19. Carrying cases fitted for carrying medical instruments and devices
    20. Carrying cases fitted for carrying diabetic supplies, namely, blood glucose meters, testing strips and also including insulin and other related apparatus
    21. Parts and fittings for the aforesaid goods.
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