UK Trademark 2187762

Mark
Image
Mark ClaimlimitThe applicant claims the colours blue (Pantone 286), yellow (Pantone 1090) and white as elements of the second mark in the series. The applicant claims the colours blue (Pantone 286), pale blue (Pantone 286-20%) and white as elements ofthe third mark in the series. The applicant claims the colours blue (Pantone 286) and white as elements of the fourth mark in the series.
Series Of4
Status
StatusArchived
Classes09, 16, 18, 25, 35, 36, 38, 41, 42
Status Before DeathExpired
Relevant dates
Filing Date03 February 1999
Next Renewal Date03 February 2009
Registration Date14 January 2000
Expiry Date04 February 2009
Progress Stopped04 February 2009
Archived Date08 February 2011
Publication in Trade Marks Journal
First Advert 29 September 1999
Issue number 6296, page 12385
Registration 16 February 2000
Issue number 6315
Expiry 27 February 2009
Issue number 6775
Assignment 01 March 2000
Issue number 6317
Removal 28 August 2009
Issue number 6800
List of goods or services
Class 09Apparatus for capturing, recording, reproducing, manipulating and transmitting data, images and sounds; discs, tapes and cards all being magnetic data carriers and encoders; data processing apparatus and equipment; data banks; data carriers, collectors and feeders; computer software; computer hardware; interfaces and peripheral devices for computers; printers; word and information processors and scanners; pre-recorded and blank disks, diskettes, compact discs, audio and video tapes; encoded cards; encoded and magnetic charge cards, credit cards and debit cards; encoded and magnetic cards for use in relation to the electronic transfer of funds and for financial transactions in general; cards bearing electronically recorded data; cards bearing integrated circuits; encoded or magnetic cards for use with computers; teaching and audio visual teaching apparatus; central processing units; television and video apparatus and equipment; cinematographic film (exposed); holograms; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 16Paper; printed matter; publications; books, catalogues, magazines, periodicals, journals, hand books and manuals; photographs; photograph stands; charts; graphic prints and posters; stationery; announcement and greeting cards; address stamps; albums; paper and cardboard bags and boxes; loose leaf binders and document files; folders for paper and stationery; blinds of paper; book bindings; book ends; booklets; book plates and markers; boxes and holders for stationery; calendars; cards; trading cards; place cards; post cards; playing cards; coasters of paper; etchings and engravings; flags of paper; handkerchiefs of paper; paper knives; labels (not of textile); letter trays; mats for glasses; napkins of paper and cellulose; writing pads; paintings and pictures (framed or un-framed); paper sheets; paper weights; paper and cardboard frames; pens, pencils and holders thereof; graphic reproductions; scrap books; self-adhesive tapes for stationery or household purposes; signboards of paper or cardboard; stamps (seals); stencils; stickers; table cloths, linen and mats of paper; tissues; towels of paper; wrappers; packaging and wrapping paper; writing and drawing boards; writing pads and writing paper; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 18Leather and imitations of leather and goods made of these materials and not included in other classes; animal skins and hides; bags; umbrellas and parasols; walking sticks and walking stick handles; attache and brief cases; beach, travelling, shopping and sports bags; bags for campers and climbers; haversacks and rucksacks; sling bags for carrying infants; cards and note cases; game bags; garment bags for travel; hand bags; purses and wallets; school bags and satchels; suitcases; travel sets; travelling trunks; umbrellas and parasol covers; valets; vanity cases; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 25Clothing, footwear and headgear; sports clothing, footwear and headgear; parts and fittings for all the aforesaid goods.
Class 35Advertising and promotional services, and information services relating thereto; business appraisal, consultancy, information, management and organisation services; business investigation and research; business information services, all provided on-line from a computer database or the Internet; commercial information agencies; compilation of advertisements for use as web pages on the Internet; devising and up-dating of advertising, promotional and publicity materials; cost price analysis; direct mail advertising; dissemination of advertising and promotional materials; distribution of samples and promotional items; organisation of exhibitions and trade fairs for commercial or advertising purposes; marketing research and studies; rental of advertising and promotional space; public relations; preparation of publicity columns; publication of publicity texts; document reproduction; sales promotion (for others); gathering, arranging and disseminating statistical information; radio and television advertising and commercials; telephone answering (for unavailable scribers); transcription; auditing and book keeping services; compilation and systemisation of information into computer databases; outdoor advertising; word-processing; advisory and consultancy services relating to all the aforesaid services.
Class 36Insurance, reinsurance and assurance services; insurance underwriting; loss adjustment; insurance brokerage services; treasury services; administration of mutual funds; financial and insurance advice, information and consultation services; banking services; savings bank services; arranging and provision of loans, mortgages and guarantees; mortgage banking and broking; lending on mortgage; financing of loans; instalment loan financing; credit services; money exchange and transfer; money ordering services; money transmission services; pension services; shares and securities brokerage, trading and distribution; share underwriting; financial planning and management; estate planning; investment services; financial investments; financial brokerage; capital investment; raising of capital; investment advice and trust services; trustee services; trusteeship; bank card, credit card, debit card and electronic payment card services; debt collection and payment agency, consultancy and brokerage services; providing valuations; foreign currency services; currency exchange and conversion; provision of travellers cheques; international banking payments; payment administration services; cheque clearing; electronic banking services; fund management services; fund transfers; real estate agency, management and brokerage; land acquisition services for others; agency services for bonds and securities; provision of financial guarantees for bonding real estate; deposit taking and holding; arranging and providing of loans against security; surety services; real estate appraisal and valuation; arranging of leases and rental agreements for real estate; letting and rental of accommodation; collection of rent; arranging and providing insurance for buildings, property, land and financial schemes and systems used for the purchase and financing thereof; advisory and consultation services relating to all the aforesaid services.
Class 38Telecommunications; telecommunication services providing access to financial and insurance information, services and transactions; facsimile, telex, telephone and telegram services; reception, recordal, networking and transmission of data and information by means of electronics, computer, cable, optical fibre, radio, radiopaging, teleprinter, teleletter, electronic mail, television, facsimile, microwave, laser beam, infra-red and communications satellite; reception, recordal, transmission, networking, storage or display of information from a data-bank; advice and consulting services relating to all the aforesaid services.
Class 41Arranging and conducting of conferences, congresses, seminars, symposiums and workshops; publication of books and texts (not including publicity texts); organisation of competitions (education or entertainment); film and video film production; instruction and teaching services; tuition; advice and consulting services relating to all the aforesaid services.
Class 42Updating, design and maintenance of computer software; computer programming; leasing access time to a computer database; editing of written texts; providing facilities for exhibitions; providing food and drink; legal research; licensing of intellectual property; technical project studies; rental of computer software; research and development (for others); security consultancy; advice and consulting services in relation to all the aforesaid services.
Names and addresses
ProprietorTeachers Provident Society Limited
Tringham House, Wessex Fields, Deansleigh Road, Bournemouth, BH7 7DT
Incorporated CountryGreat Britain
Residence CountryGreat Britain
Customers RefMJA/MJAZ01043
Effective Assignment Date22 November 1999
ADP Number0781952001
ServiceMarks & Clerk LLP
90 Long Acre, London, WC2E 9RA
ADP Number0000018001
Other particulars
Registrable TransactionBy an option Agreement dated 22 December 1999 between Teachers Provident Society Limited ("TPS") and Teachers Assurance Group Limited, subsequently re-registered as Newday Group Limited ("Newday"), TPS granted Newday an option to require TPS either (at newday's discretion): (i) to reassign any or all of the registered trade marks and trade mark applications listed in the attached schedule (the "Trade Marks") to Newday together with the goodwill of TPS's business in respect of which the Trade Marks are registered; or (ii) to grant to Newday a licence to use any or all of the Trade Marks on such terms and for such period as Newday may require (for the avoidance of doubt Newday may require any such licence to be perpetual, royalty free and non-terminable): such option to be exercisable only upon occurrence of any of the following events: (a) the passing of any resolution by consent of TPS under Section 20 of the Friendly Societies Act 1992 ("the 1992 Act"), the passing of any resolution for the voluntary winding-up of TPS under Section 21 of the 1992 Act or for the winding-up TPS by the court under Section 22 of the 1992 Act; (b) the passing of a resolution for the transfer of all or a substantial part of the engagements of TPS to any person under Section 86 of the 1992 Act; (c) the passing of a resolution to convert TPS into a company under Section 91 of the 1992 Act; (d) the occurrence of any event analogous to those referred to in paragraphs (a) to (c) above under re-enactment or replacement of the 1992 Act; (e) the sale of all or any substantial part of the business of any of the Subsidiaries of TPS or the service on Newday of a notice of the proposed transfer of any of the issued share capital of the Subsidiaries (other than Teachers Management Services Limited) pursuant to Articles 10 of Association or the passing of any resolution materially to amend Article 10 of Articles of Association of any of the Subsidiaries, provided that this option shall not become exercisable upon a group reorganisation consisting of a transfer of the business or shares to a company which is a subsidiary of TPS if TPS grants an option to Newday over the Shares in that transferee company. The word "Subsidiaries" in the above paragraph means: Teachers Assurance Company Limited, Sovereign Unit Trust Managers Limited, Teachers Financial services Limited, Teachers Individual Savings Accounts Limited, Teachers Investment Management Limited and Teachers Management Services Limited. TPS agrees that it shall not assign, licence or Surrender any of the trade Marks or create or permit to subsist any encumbrance over the Trade Marks without the prior written consent of Newday, other than by the grant of non-exclusive licences by TPS to its subsidiaries or jointly controlled bodies (as those terms are defined in the Friendly Societies Act 1992) on terms that such licences shall terminate on the exercise of this option.