Wyeth

IN THE UNITED STATES PATENT & TRADEMARK OFFICE

Serial No.: 77/094794
Applicant: Wyeth
Examining Attorney: Saima Makhdoom

Law Office: 101

RESPONSE TO OFFICE ACTION

Applicant, Wyeth, submits this response to the Office Action dated April 30, 2007 with
respect to TRUE SHIMMER (or the “Mark”) shown in Application Serial No. 77/094794.
1. Section 21ng 1! — Descriptive Refusal

The Examining Attorney has initially refused registration of Applicant’s proposed mark
TRUE SHIMMER (“Mark”) under Trademark Act Section 2(e)(l), 15 U.S.C. § 1052(e)(1)

because she believes the Mark merely describes a feature of the goods.
Applicant respectfully submits that its Mark is suggestive and not merely descriptive
because it does not immediately convey information concerning a significant feature of
Applicant’s goods. Rather, it requires a multi-stage reasoning process to reach a conclusion as to
the nature of Applicant’s goods. Also, Applicant’s Mark represents a “double entendre”
susceptible of multiple non—descriptive interpretations in relation to Applicant’s goods, further
supporting that it is suggestive. Moreover, there are numerous third party U.S. trademark
registrations on the Principal Register that contain the term “TRUE” together with another
descriptive term and it has long been the practice of the United States Patent and Trademark
Office to pass to publication “TRUE” marks used along with other descriptive terms because of
the many meanings and connotations of “TRUE.”
For all of the above reasons, Applicant’s Mark should not be denied registration on the
grounds that it is merely descriptive. Accordingly, Applicant respectfully requests that the
Examining Attorney reconsider her opinion and allow this application to be published.
A. TRUE SHIMMER Does Not Immediately Convey Information Concerning 3
Signi?cant Feature of Applicant’s Goods and Therefore
Should Not Be Denied Registration as Merely Descriptive

A mark is merely descriptive and will be refused registration if it immediately conveys
informat ion conc erni ng a sign ific ant qual ity, char acte rist ic, func tion , ingr edie nt, or feat ure of the

goods. §e§ In re MBNA America Bank, NA, 340 F.3d 1328, 67 U.S.P.Q.2d 1778 (Fed. Cir.
2003), reh’g and reh’g en banc denied, (Jan. 12, 2004) (holding that marks MONTANA SERIES
and PHILADELPHIA CARD used in connection with credit card services immediately convey
informat ion abou t a spec ific regi onal affin ity, or the user grou p to whi ch serv ices are dire cted );

In re Gmlay, 820 F.2d 1216 , 3 U.S. P.Q. 2d 100 9 (Fed . Cir. 1987 ) (hol ding that mar k APP LE PIE

is merely descriptive of potpourri because mark immediately conveys information about
potpourri’s scent); In re Bed & Breakfast Registry, 791 F.2d 157, 229 U.S.P.Q. 818 (Fed. Cir.
1986) (holding that BED & BREAKFAST REGISTRY is merely descriptive of lodging
rese rvat ion serv ice that main tain s regi stry of lodg ings beca use regi stry is esse ntia l elem ent of

applicant’s services); TMEP § 1209.01(b). The perception of the relevant purchasing public sets
the standard for determining descriptiveness. $2 In re Nett Designs, 236 F3d. 1339, 1341 (Fed.

Cir. 2001). Thus, a mark is merely descriptive if the ultimate consumers immediately associate it
with a quality or characteristic of the product or service. ?. Conversely, a mark is not merely
descriptive if it requires imagination, thought or perception to reach a conclusion as to the nature
of the goods at issue. I_d_.
In the instant case, the Examining Attorney refused registration on the basis that
Applicant’s Mark merely describes a feature of Applicant’s goods. In support of her position
that the relevant purchasing public will immediately associate the Mark with a feature of
Applicant’s goods namely, lip balm, the Examining Attorney relies on only two definitions of
each of the terms that comprise the Mark. According to the Examining Attorney, the term “true”
describes something that is genuine or precise and the term “shimmer” describes a gloss or shine.
Therefore, “true shimmer” would be understood to describe a product that has a precise gloss.
In reaching this conclusion, the Examining Attorney simply ignores a myriad of
definitions of the terms that are re?ective of the public’s understanding of the terms and thus the
Mark as a whole. For example, according to Dictionary.com’s online dictionary, “true” has
numero us com mon defi niti ons incl udin g: genu ine, stea dfas t, and prec ise. See page s fro m

www.ciictionarvcom attached hereto as Exhibit A.
In light of the multiple definitions associated with the terms comprising Applicant’s Mark
that shape consumer perception of the Mark as a whole, a consumer confronted with Applicant’s
Mark in connection with Applicant’s goods likely will be left wondering what TRUE
SHIMMER is and how it relates to Applicant’s goods of lip balm. Contrary to the Examining
Attorney’s assertions, a potential consumer almost certainly would not understand TRUE
SHIMMER to mean a precise gloss. There is nothing about a gloss to be precise. Consumers
would ascribe a different meaning to TRUE SHIMMER and thus it cannot be merely descriptive.
In fact, to support her position, the Examining Attorney asserts that TRUE SHIMMER is
descriptive of lip gloss. However, Applicant’s goods are lip balm, not lip gloss. Potential
consumers would not associate the word “SHIMMER” with lip balm. It is highly unlikely that
consumers would regard SHIMMER as a descriptive characteristic of lip balm. Clearly, a great
deal of imagination, thought and perception would be required for the consumer to reach any
conclusion about the nature of Applicant’s goods from the Mark.
Therefore, because Applicant’s Mark does not immediately convey information
concerning a significant quality, characteristic, function, ingredient or feature of Applicant’s
goods and a con sum er mus t eng age in a mult i—st age reas onin g proc ess to reac h a conc lusi on as to

the nature of the goods at issue, the Mark should not be denied registration as merely descriptive.

B. TRUE SHIMlVIER is Suggestive: It is a “Double Entendre” Susceptible
of Multiple Non-Descriptive Interpretations in Relation to Applicant’s Goods,
and Therefore Should Not Be Denied Registration as Merely Descriptive

As discussed in Section A above, a mark is merely descriptive and will be refused
registration if it immediately conveys information concerning a significant quality, characteristic,
function, ingredient, or feature of an applicant’s goods. $9 In re MBNA American Bank N.A.,
340 F.3d 1328, 67 U.S.P.Q.Zd 1778; In re Gyulay, 820 F.2d 1216, 3 U.S.P.Q.Zd 1009; In re Bed
& Breakfast Registry, 791 F.2d 157, 229 U.S.P.Q. 818, TMEP § 1209.01(b). However, a mark

is suggestive and registrable if it requires imagination, thought, or perception to reach a
conclusion as to the nature of the goods at issue. _S__e_e In re Nett Designs, 236 F.3d at 1341.
Some marks classified as “double entendres” can be simultaneously be descriptive and
suggestive of an applicant’s goods, because they are subject to multiple feasible interpretations in
conn ecti on with the good s. A mar k that cons titu tes a doub le ente ndre is regi stra ble “if {at leas t]

one of its mea nin gs is not mer ely desc ript ive in rela tion to the goo ds. ” TM EP § 121 3.0 5(c ); s_e_e

In re Simmons Co., 189 U.S.P.Q. 352 (TTAB 1976) (recognizing that THE HARD LINE is not

merely desc ript ive of qual ity of matt ress , but is rath er sug ges tiv e of pro duc t’s firm ness ); _I_r_1__ r_e

Delaware Punch Co., 186 U.S.P.Q. 63 (TTAB 1975) (holding that THE SOFT PUNCH is not
merely descriptive of non—carbonated soft drink, but is instead suggestive).
Because the boundary between the merely descriptive classification and the suggestive
category “can require the drawing of fine lines and often involves a good measure of subjective
jud gme nt. . .do ubt s are. . .res olve d in fav or of [a]p plic ants .” 11 re Con duc tiv e Sys , Inc. ,220

U.S.P.Q. 84, 86 (TT AB 1983 ). Mor eov er, it is well -set tled that rea son abl e dou bts as to a mar k’s

suggestiveness or descriptiveness must be resolved in an Applicant’s favor, and that the mark
should be published so that any person who believes that he or she would be damaged by
regi stra tion of the mar k can init iate oppo siti on. Si, g, In re Ata vio Inc. , 25 U.S .P. Q.2 d 136 1,

1363 (TT AB 199 2); In re Inte llig ent Med ica l Sys tem s, Inc , 5 U.S .P. Q.2 d 167 4, 167 6 (TT AB

1987).
As detailed in Section A above, the Examining Attorney refused registration by assigning
only two definitions to eac h of the ter ms that com pri se TR UE SH IM ME R and con clu din g the

Mark is subject to merely descriptive interpretation in connection with Applicant’s goods
namely, that “one of the features of applicant’s lip glosses is that the glosses have a genuine
shine.”
First, Applicant respectfully points out that Applicant’s goods are lip balms and not lip
gloss. Also , ass umi ng argu endo that the Exa min ing Atto rney ’s desc ript ive inte rpre tati on of the

Mark is plau sibl e, it is by no mea ns the onl y vali d inte rpre tati on. Mul tip le defi niti ons of the

terms “true” and “shimmer” create a double entendre when the Mark as a whole is applied to
Applicant’s goods. Therefore, as long as one of the Marks alternative meanings is not merely
descriptive in relation to Applicant’s goods, the Mark is registrable. See TMEP § 1213.05(c).
In this case, the Mark has several suggestive meanings in relation to Applicant’s goods:
i. “True” Can be Interpreted to Mean “Genuine”

As pointed out by the Examining Attorney, the online version of Dictionarycom
provided by the Examining Attorney, among other things, defines “true” as “genuine”. See
pages from WWW.dictionarv.com (attached as Exhibit A). Based on these definitions, “TRUE
SHIMMER” may fairly be interpreted to mean a “real shimmer”. The resulting interpretation of
the Mar k is in no way desc ript ive of App lic ant ’s goo ds, nam ely lip bal m. Con sum ers who

encounte r Appl ican t’s Mar k in conn ecti on with Appl ican t’s goo ds will hav e to eng age in a mult i—

stage reas onin g proc ess to unde rsta nd the natu re of Appl ican t’s goo ds base d on the Mar k. TRU E

SHIMMER may be understood to relate to a car, jewelry, glassware, or even an evening dress.
But is beyond the realm of possibility that when presented with the expression TRUE
SHIMMER that consumers would regard it as descriptive of lip balm.
Therefore, because this plausible interpretation of the Mark is suggestive, the Mark is not
merely descriptive of Applicant’s goods and should not be denied registration.

ii. “True” Can be Interpreted to Mean “Steadfast”

In addition to the term “genuine”, TRUE can mean “steadfast”. By combining the
definiti on of “tru e” with “shi mmer ”, TRU E SHI MME R can mea n shi mme r that last s for a long

time and does not fade. This interpretation is as plausible as a “real shimmer” and renders the
Mark suggestive because a multi-stage reasoning process is required to understand the nature of
Applicant’s goo ds, the Mar k is sug ges tiv e and sho uld not be den ied regi stra tion as mer ely

descriptive.

iii. “True” Can be Internreted to Mean “Pure”
In addition to the term “genuine” and “steadfast,” TRUE can also mean “pure”. By
combining the defi niti on of “tru e” wit h “sh imm er” , TR UE SH IM ME R can mea n a pur e

shimmer, or a perfect shimmer or nothing else but shimmer. Again, given this third plausible
interpretation, the Mark is not merely descriptive but clearly suggestive and inherently
registrable.
C. There are Nu me ro us Th ir d Par ty US . Tr ad em ar k Reg ist rat ion s
on the Principal Register and Marks That Have Been Published and
Allowed That Include the Term “TRUE” Which Have Recognized That TRUE
Combined with 3 Descriptive Term Is Suggestive:

Numerous third party U.S. Trademark “TRUE” Registrations have issued on the
Principal Regist er wit hou t a dis cla ime r of “T RU E” or a sho win g of acq uir ed dis tin cti ven ess . In

addition, U.S. trademark app lic ati ons hav e bee n all owe d and pub lis hed wit hou t a dis cla ime r or

need to show secondary meaning. This is strong evidence that TRUE formative marks are
sugges tiv e and inh ere ntl y reg ist rab le bec aus e of the mul tip le pla usi ble mea nin gs of TR UE .

A listing of som e of the tho usa nds of “T RU E” mar ks tha t hav e bee n reg ist ere d by the Uni ted

States Patent and Trademark Office are set forth below:

TRUE BRILLIANCE Cosmetic creams for skin care; cosmetic 3145039
preparations for skin renewal; exfoliant creams;
face creams…skin clarifiers, skin cleansing cream;
skin emollients
TRUE RADIANCE Non—medicated cosmetic products. . .beauty creams; 3018409
beauty serums; beauty gels; body and facial scrubs
and peels; cosmetics, namely, make—up, lipstick,
face powder…hair care products namely, hair
lotions and shampoos
TRUE CRYSTAL Hair dyes, shampoos and hair conditioners 3134731
BLONDE
TRUE WHITE Non—medicated skin care preparations for topical l 2993127
a lication to the face
TRUE IMAGE Mold release compounds for use on the painted, 2734432
plastic and fiberglass surfaces (class 1);
Automotive polishes for use on painted, plastic and
fiber lass surfaces (class3)
TRU SKIN Cosmetics 2960115
TRUE MOISTURE Skin moisturizer 2647289
TRU COLOR Liquid and powdered laundry detergents 2610602
Mark Goods Reg. No.

TRUE SHAVE Goods in part…Non-Medicated Skin Care, 2798037
Cleaning, Shaving Preparations, Shaving
Conditioners and Moisturizers For Men And
Women Namely— Shave lotions and preparations,
shaving lotions and preparations, shaving oils,
shaving cream, shaving gel, shaving foams, shaving
balm, natural oils shaving products, pre—shave
lotion, after—shave conditioner, after shave balm…
TRUE-MATTE Facial cosmetics, namely, astringent lotion 2274828
FRESH
TRUE RELIEF Pain relieving cream 3237371
TRUE-TEST Pre nancy test kits for home 3257989
TRUSPRAY Goods in part. . .Laundry detergent and bleach; 3086984
dishwashing detergent; all purpose cleaning
preparations; perfumery; essential oils for use in the
manufacture of scented products; essential oils for
personal use; hair lotions; body and beauty care
creams; lotions and powder; hair spray; personal
deodorants (Class 3) Air and room deodorants; air
fresheners; pharmaceutical products and
preparations, namely medications for the treatment
of skin diseases, bruises. . .(Class 5) Containers for
household or kitchen use, not of precious metal;
aerosol dispensers not for medical use; perfume
atomizers sold em t ; erfume s ra ers sold em t
TRUETRACK Medical diagnostic test strips for use in monitoring 2865685
blood glucose levels and control solutions for
testing the accuracy of blood glucose meters for
medical use (Class 5) Blood glucose meters and
lancing devices for monitoring blood glucose
levels, sold individually and as part of blood
lucose dia nostic testin kits (Class 10)
TRUFOAM Goods in part. . .Absorbent wound, burn and 2679762
surgical dressing and pharmaceutical preparations
for the treatment of wounds, surgical wounds, and
burns; wound dressings; materials for dressings,
namely medical adhesive tapes and gauze; medical
plaster ………. ..
TRU~DERM Non—medicated skin gels, creams, and ointments for 2757418
improving the appearance of scars, blemishes and
other topical skin imperfections (Class 3)
Pharmaceuticals namely, medicated skin gels,
creams and ointments for improving the appearance
of scars
.1.

Mark Goods Reg. No.
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TRUEMEASURE Diagnostic reagents for medical use (Class 5) 2580375
Diagnostic apparatus for medical analysis of bodily
fluids (Class 10)
TRUE FOOD Goods in part. . .Dietetic preparations and 2793485
substances for therapeutic use, namely, Vitamin and
mineral supplements. . .nutritional bars as a meal
relacement, ?ax seed oil pre?apations. ..
TRUMATCH Shade matching system comprised primarily of 2764638
dental restorative compounds (Class 5) Shade
matching system comprised primarily of color
discrimination uides for use in dentistr (Class 10)
TRUE MATCH 3060774
TRUHERBS Dietar su lements 2206215
TRU—LIQUID Diagnostic reagents for use as controls for scientific 2373185
or research use (Class 1) Diagnostic reagents for
use as controls for medical or clinical laboratory
use (Class 5)
TRUE COVER Make-u inroducts for the face and body 3304403
TRU—CHROME Dental supplies and equipment. . .such as bands, 0638511
banding materials, attachments, fastenings,
brackets. . .crowns, wires, clasps, instruments and
miscellaneous associated roducts
TRUE CALL Prepaid telecommunications calling card services, 3293061
telehone callin; card services
TRUE RED Red wine 3200658

Numerous third party U.S. Trademarks that have been published and allowed on
the Principal Register include the following:
Mark _ Goods Appl. No.
LTRUE ORGANIC Organic cosmetics 77087988
TRUCONCEAL Cosmetics namely concealer 77079761
TRUTONE ’ Cosmetics, namely foundation makeup, face 78536638
powder, body powder. . .concealer stick makeup,

TRUCHEEKS
skin cleanser, skin toner
l Cosmetics namely blush
L_,
77079626
TRUE TOOTH Dental porcelain for use in CAD—CAM milling T 78908720
TECHNOLOGY apparatus
TRUEKILL Insecticides, pesticides and herbicides for domestic 78863068
use

Copies of the Certificates of Registration or Notices of Allowance for the above listed
marks are annexed hereto as Exhibit B.
Considering the existence of these current and existing registrations and applications that
have been allowed, Applicant respectfully submits that its mark TRUE SHIMMER is also
entitled to registration on the Principal Register. If marks such as TRUE MOISTURE for skin
moisturizer, TRUE SHAVE for shaving products, TRUE RELIEF for pain relieving creams and
TRUE RED for red wine can be allowed as inherently registrable, then TRUE SHIMMER is
similarly entitled to be passed to publication.

D. The Internet Evidence Does Not Demonstrate That TRUE SHIMMER
is Used to Describe a Feature of Applicant’s Mark

The Examining Attorney utilized the search term “true shimmer lip gloss” to support her
position that “TRUE SHIMMER” is descriptive of Applicant’s goods. Moreover, the term “lip
gloss” is highlighted throughout the search. However, Applicant’s goods are lip balm, not lip
gloss, and the search conducted is thus not applicable to the subject Mark.

CONCLUSION

For all of the foregoing reasons, Applicant respectfully submits that TRUE SHIMMER is
not merely descriptive but is suggestive and respectfully requests that the refusal to register be
withdrawn and that this application be passed to publication.

Dated: October 25, 2007 Respectfully submitted,

?V/jxaoéw [,7§
/Michele A. Farber/
Trademark & Copyright Counsel
Wyeth
Five Giralda Farms
Madison, NJ 07940
Tel. 973—660-5978
Fax 973-660—7978
[email protected]
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Exhibit B
Int. CL: 3
Prior U.S. Cls.: 1, 4, 6, 50, 51 and 52
Reg. No. 3,145,039
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Sep. 19, 2006

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

true brilliance

ONE WORLD NETWORKS INTEGRATED TECH— CLEANSING CREAM; SKIN CREAM; SKIN EMOL—
NOLOGIES, INC. (NEVADA CORPORATION)
LIENTS. IN CLASS 3 (US. CLS. I. 4, 6, 50, 51 AND 52).
12424 WILSHIRE BLVD. STE. 1400
LOS ANGELES. CA 90025 FIRST USE 4-26—2005; IN COMMERCE 6-13—2005.

FOR: COSMETIC CREAMS FOR SKIN CARE; THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHAR-
COSMETIC PREPAMTIONS FOR SKIN RENEWAL; ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO ANY PARTICULAR
EXFOLIANT CREAMS; EXFOLIANTS FOR SKIN; FONT. STYLE, SIZE, OR COLOR.
FACE CREAMS; FACIAL CREAM; FACIAL
SCRUBS; NON-MEDICATED SKIN CARE PRE- SER. NO. 78-71 1,799, FILED 9-13-2005.
PARATIONS; NON-MEDICATED SKIN CREAMS;
SKIN CLARIFIERS; SKIN CLEANSERS; SKIN REBECCA GILBERT, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 3
Prior US. 08.: l, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 3,018,409
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Nov. 22, 2005

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE RADIANCE

CLARINS S.A. (FRANCE CORPORATION) MILKS, CLEANSING WATER, EXTRACTS, TOILET
4, RUE BERTEAUX—DUMAS
SOAPS, BODY AND FACIAL SCRUBS AND FEELS;
NEUILLY-SUR-SIENE, FRANCE 92200
COSMETICS, NAMELY, MAKE-UP, LIPSTICK,
FACE POWDER, FACIAL CREAM, EYE SHADOW;
FOR: NON-MEDICATED COSMETIC PRODUCTS
HAIR CARE PRODUCTS. NAMELY, HAIR LO-
FOR MEN AND WOMEN INTENDED FOR DIF-
TIONS AND SHAMPOOS, IN CLASS 3 (US. CLS. 1,
FERENT BODY PARTS OF THE HUMAN BODY,
4, 6, 50. 51 AND 52).
LIKE THE FACE, EYES, LIPS, TEETH, HAIR, NECK,
BUST, BODY, HANDS, FEET, NAILS, NAMELY,
FIRST USE 1-0-2004; IN COMMERCE 1-0-2004.
BEAUTY CREAMS, BEAUTY SERUMS, NAMELY,
SKIN SERUMS FOR THE FACE AND BODY, BEAU- SN 78-169,882, FILED 10-19002.
TY MILK, TONIC LOTIONS, BEAUTY MASKS,
BEAUTY GELS, BEAUTY OILS, CLEANSING GLENN CLARK, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 3
Prior US. (18.: I, 4, 6, 50, 51 and 52
United States Patent and Trademark Office
Reg. No. 3,134,731
Registered Aug. 29, 2006

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE CRYSTAL BLONDE

HOYU CO. LTD. (JAPAN CORPORATION) THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHAR-
– ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO ANY PARTICULAR
301’ TOKUGAWA ICHOME FONT. STYLE, SIZE. OR COLOR.
HIGASHI-KU NAGOYA—SHI
AICHI-KEN, JAPAN NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
RIGHT TO USE “ELONDE”, APART FROM THE
FOR: HAIR DYES, SHAMPOOS, AND HAIR CON— MARK AS SHOWN-
?!)TIONERS, IN CLASS3 (U.S. (IS 1‘ 4, 6, 50, 51 AND SER. NO, 76621812, FILED 1434005.

BARBARA A. LOUGHRAN, EXAMINING ATTOR-
FIRST USE 8-9-2003; IN COMMERCE 8-9-2003. NEY
Int. CL: 3

Prior US. 03.: l, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 2,993,127
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Sep. 6, 2005

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE WHITE

smsemo COMPANY, LTD. (JAPAN CORPORA- NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
TION) RIGHT TO USE WHITE, APART FROM THE MARK
7-5-5 GINZA, CHUO-KU AS SHOWN.
TOKYO, JAPAN 104-8010

FOR: NON-MEDICATED SKIN CARE PREPARA- SN 78-255,586. FILED 5-29—2003.
TIONS FOR TOPICAL APPLICATION TO THE
FACE? IN CLASS 3 (US. CLS. 1, 4. 6, 50, 51 AND 52).
WILLIAM P. SHANAHAN, EXAMINING ATTOR-
FIRST USE 6-1-2004; IN COMMERCE 6-1-2004. NEY
Int. OS: I and 3

Prior U.S. £18.: 1, 4, 5, 6, 10, 26, 46, 50, 51 and 52
1 Reg. No. 2,734,432
United States Patent and Trademark Office
W Registered July 8,2003
W
W

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE IMAGE

FINISH KARE PRODUCTS, INC. (CALIFORNIA FOR: AUTOMOTIVE POLISHES FOR USE ON
CORPORATION) PAINTED, PLASTIC AND FIBERGLASS SURFACES,
1726 FLORADALE AVENUE IN CLASS 3 (us. as. 1, 4, 6, 50. 51 AND 52).
SOUTH EL MONTE, CA 91733
FOR; MOLD RELEASE COMPOUNDS FOR USE FIRST USE 6-1—2002; IN COMMERCE 6-1-2002.
ON PAINTED, PLASTIC AND FIBERGLASS SUR- a
FACES. IN CLASS 1 (US. CLS. I. 5, 6. 10. 26 AND 46). SER. NO- 6439315, FILED 8-12~2002.
FIRST USE 6-1-2002; IN COMMERCE 6-1-2002. BARNEY CHARLON. EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 3

Prior US. (‘ 15 .: l, 4, 6, 5 0 , 51 , a n d 5 2
Reg. No. 2,960,115
t a n d T r a d e m a r k O f f i c e Registered June 7, 2005
United States Paten

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRU SKIN

AI M IS M A D E TO TH E EX CL US IV E
D. (I LL IN OI S CO RP OR AT IO N) NO CL
VI SA GE , LT F R O M T H E M A R K
RIGHT TO US E “S KI N” ,A PA RT
1545 CHICAGO AVENUE AS SHOWN.
DOWNERS GROVE. IL 60515

_ FOR: COSMETI C S . I N C L A S S 3 (U S. CL S. 1, 4, 6, 50 , SN 76404304, FILED 4802001
:1 AND 52)‘
BERYL GAR D N E R , E X A M I N I N G A T T O R N E Y
FIRST U S E 24 40 05 ; I N C O M M E R C E 2- 4- 20 05 .
Int. CL: 3
Prior US. 03.: 1, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 2,647,289
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Nov. 5, 2002

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE MOISTURE

JACOBS, RANDOLPH J. (UNITED STATES INDI- NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
VIDUAL) RIGHT TO USE “MOISTURE”, APART FROM THE
19691 CALLE LADERA MARK As SHOWN.
MURRIETA, CA 92562
FOR: SKIN MOISTURIZER, IN CLASS 3 (us. CLS. 51″ 780485891 FILED 2’16’2001-
1, 4, 6. 50. 51 AND 52).
ANDREA K. NADELMAN, EXAMINING ATTOR-
FIRST USE 6-1-2002; IN COMMERCE 6—1-2002. NEY
Int. CL: 3

Prior US. (315.: l, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52

United States Patent and Trademark
Reg. No. 2,610,602
Office Registered Aug. 20, 2002

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRU COLOR

11%?ngETERGENTS, INC. (UTAH
CORPORA- FIRST USE 1—1-1998; IN COMMERCE 1-
1-1998.
3540 WEST 1987 SOUTH
SALT LAKE CITY, UT 84104
SN 76—204,906, FILED 2-5—2001.
FOR: LIQUID AND POWDERED LAUNDRY D
TERGENTS, IN CLASS 3 (US. CLS. l, 4, 6, 50, E –
51 AND SONALI GUNAWARDHANA, BXAMININ
52). G AT—
TORNEY
Int. CL: 3

Prior US. (318.: 1, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 2,798,037
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Dec. 23, 2003

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

True Shave

DUPONT, BRADLEY 1 (UNITED STATES INDI- AND BALMS FOR USE IN SHAVING AND CON-
VIDUAL) DITIONING THE SKIN AND SUN TAN AND SUN/
423 WOODHAVEN DR. TAN BLOCK LOTIONS, GELS AND OILS; CREAM,
DECATUR, GA 30030 GELS AND EMULSIONS FOR THE CARE OF THE
FACE, BATH AND BODY POWDER, AND ESSEN-
FOR: NON-MEDICATED SKIN CARE, CLEAN- TIAL OILS FOR PERSONAL USE, IN CLASS 3 (US.
ING, SHAVING PREPARATIONS, SHAVING CON- CLS. I, 4, 6, 50, 51 AND 52).
DITIONERS AND MOISTURIZERS FOR MEN AND
WOMEN NAMELY- SHAVE LOTIONS AND PRE~
FIRST USE 10-15-2000; IN COMMERCE 11-15-2002.
PARATIONS, SHAVING LOTIONS AND PREPARA-
TIONS, SHAVING OILS, SHAVING CREAM,
SHAVING GEL, SHAVING FOAMS, SHAVING NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
BALM, NATURAL OILS SHAVING PRODUCTS, RIGHT TO USE “SHAVE”, APART FROM THE
PRE-SHAVE LOTION, AFTER-SHAVE CONDITION- MARK AS SHOWN.
ER, AFTER SHAVE BALM, FRAGRANCES— CO-
LOGNES, EAU DE TOILETTE, PERFUME OILS, SN 75-743,949, FILED 7-6-1999.
AFTER SHAVE LOTION SKIN LOTIONS, AND SKIN
CONDITIONERS, MESSAGE OILS, EMULSIONS RUDY R. SINGLETON, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 3 ‘
Prior US. (313.: I, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 2,274,828
United States Patent and Trademark Of?ce Registered Aug. 31, 1999

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE-MATTE FRESH

KOSE CORPORATION (JAPAN CORPORA- FIRST USE 7—12—1997; IN COMMERCE
TION) 7—12—1997.
6—2, NIHONBASHI, LCHOME NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
CIIUO-KU, TOKYO 103. JAPAN RIGHT TO USE “MATTE”. APART FROM THE
MARK AS SHOWN.
FOR: FACIAL COSMETICS, NAMELY. AS- SN 75-284,156. FILED 4-30—1997.
TRIGENT LOTION, IN CLASS 3 (US. CLS. I. 4,
6. SO, 51 AND 52). CHRISTINE BAKER. EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 5

Prior US. 05.: 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 and 52
Reg. No. 3,237,371
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered May 1, 2.007

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE RELIEF

NATURAL EMU PRODUCTS, INC. (TEXAS COR- THE MARK CONSISTS 0F STANDARD CHAR-
PORATION) ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO ANY PARTICULAR
259A TOWNLEY RANCH ROAD FONT, STYLE, SIZE, 011 COLOR,
DODGE, TX 77334

FOR: PAIN RELIEVING CREAM, IN CLASS 5 (US. SER. NO. 78-923,471, FILED 7—6-2006.
CLS. 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 AND 52).

FIRST USE 9-1-2005; IN COMMERCE 9-1-2005. KEVIN CORWIN. EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 5
Prior US. (315.: 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 and 52
Reg. No. 3,257,989
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered July 3, 2007

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE—TEST
ULTRAS PHARMACEUTICALS, INC. (TEXAS THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHAR-
CORPORATION) ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM To ANY PARTICULAR
PO BOX 370669 FONT, STYLE, SIZE, OR COLOR.
LAS VEGAS, NV 89137

FOR: PREGNANCY TEST KITS FOR HOME USE, SER. NO. 78-806,987, FILED 2-3—2006.
IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS. 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 AND 52).

FIRST USE 4-3-1994; IN COMMERCE 4-3-1994. DAVID YONTEF, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. 08.: 3, 5 and 21

Prior U.S. C1 8. : 1, 2, 4, 6, 13 , 18 , 23 , 29 , 30 , 33 , 40 , 44 ,
46, 50, 51 and 52 Reg. No. 3,086,984
United States Pate n t a n d T r a d e m a r k O f f i c e Registered May 2, 2006

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUSPRAY

BOEHR I N G E R IN GE LH EI M M I C R O P A R T S KILLERS; SPRAYABLE WOUND DRESSING; ALL-
GM B H (F ED RE P G E R M A N Y LT D LI AB CO ) PURPOSE DISINFECTANTS; CONTACT LENS DIS-
HAUERT 7 INFECTANTS; DISINFECTANTS FOR CHEMICAL
D4 42 2? DO R’ IM UN D. FE D RE P G E R M A N Y TOILETS; DISINFECTANTS FOR MEDICAL IN-
STRUMENTS; FUNGICIDES FOR AGRICULTUR-
FO R: LA UN DR Y DE TE RG EN T AN D BL EA CH ; AL AND DOMESTIC USE; HERBICIDES FOR
DISHWA SH IN G DE TE RG EN T; AL L PU RP OS E AGRICULTURAL AND DOMESTIC USE, IN CLASS
CLEANI NG PR EP AR AT IO NS ; HA IR BL EA CH IN G 5 (US. CLS. 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 AND 52).
PREPARATIO NS ; PE RF UM ER Y; ES SE NT IA L OI LS
FOR USE IN TH E M A N U F A C T U R E OF SC EN TE D FOR: CONTAINERS FOR HOUSEHOLD OR
PR OD UC TS ; ES SE NT IA L OI LS FO R PE RS ON AL KITCHEN USE, NOT OF PRECIOUS METAL; AERO-
USE ESSE NT IA L OI LS FO R FO OD FL AV OR IN G; SOL DISPENSERS NOT FOR MEDICAL USE; PER-
HAIR LOTI ON S; B O D Y A N D B E A U T Y C A R E FUME ATOMIZERS SOLD EMPTY; PERFUME
CREAMS , LO TI ON S A N D PO WD ER ; HA IR SP RA Y; SPRAYERS SOLD EMPTY, IN CLASS 21 (US. CLS.
PERSON AL DE OD OR AN TS , IN CL AS S 3 (U S. CL S. 2, 13, 23, 29, 30, 33, 40 AND 50).
1, 4, 6, 50, 51 AND 52).
THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHAR—
FOR: AI R A N D R O O M DE OD OR AN TS ; AI R ACT ERS WITHOUT CLAIIVI TO ANY PARTICULAR
FRESHE NE RS ; AI R PU RI FY IN G PR EP AR AT IO NS FONT, STYLE, SIZE, OR COLOR.
PHAR MA CE UT IC AL PR OD UC TS A N D P R E P A M –
A M E L Y , ME DI CA TI ON S F O R T H E
TIONS, N
IN – OWNER OF FED REP GERMANY REG. NO.
M E N T OF SK IN DI SE AS ES , BR UI SE S,
TREAT
S- 30235507, DATED 8-28—2002, EXPIRES 7-31-2012.
FLAM MA TI ON S, CE RV IX DI SE AS ES , L U N G DI
EASES, AS TH MA ; ME DI CI NA L OI LS F O R T H E
SE S, IN – SER. NO. 76-556,679, FILED 11-3—2003.
TREATM E N T OF SK IN DI SE AS ES , BR UI
FLAMMATI ON S, CE RV IX DI SE AS ES , L U N G DI S-
BL E CE RV IC AL PA IN CYNTHIA SLOAN, EXAMININ G ATTORNEY
EASES, AS TH MA ; SP RA YA
Int. (715.: 5 and 10

Prior US. 05.: 6, 18, 26, 39, 44, 46, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 2,865,685
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered July 20, 2004

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUETRACK

HOME DIAGNOSTICS, INC. (DELAWARE COR- FOR: BLOOD GLUCOSE METERS AND LAN-
PORATION) CING DEVICES FOR MONITORING BLOOD GLU-
2400 NW. 55TH COURT
COSE LEVELS, SOLD INDIVIDUALLY AND AS
FORT LAUDERDALE, FL 33309
PART OF BLOOD GLUCOSE DIAGNOSTIC TEST-
ING KITS, IN CLASS 10 (US. CLS. 26, 39 AND 44).
FOR: MEDICAL DIAGNOSTIC TEST STRIPS FOR
USE IN MONITORING BLOOD GLUCOSE LEVELS
AND CONTROL SOLUTIONS FOR TESTING THE FIRST USE 8-10-2003; IN COMMERCE 8-10-2003.
ACCURACY OF BLOOD GLUCOSE METERS FOR
MEDICAL USE, IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS. 6. 18, 44, 46. 51
AND 52). SN 78-163,716, FILED 9-13-2002.

FIRST USE 8-10-2003; IN COMMERCE 8-10-2003. CHERYL CLAYTON, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 5

Prior U.S. Cls.: 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 and 52
Reg. No. 2,679,762
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Jan. 28, 2003

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUFOAM

MAERSK MEDICAL LIMITED (UNITED KING- MEDICAL PURPOSES; BANDAGES FOR SKIN
DOM CORPORATION) WOUNDS, NAMELY, ANTISEPTIC BANDAGES
THORNl-IILL ROAD FOR DRESSING; ADHESIVE BANDAGES FOR
NORTH MOONS MOAT MEDICAL PURPOSES; CAUSTICS FOR PHARMA-
REDDITCH, WORCESTERSHIRE, UNITED KING- CEUTICAL PURPOSES; DISINFECTANTS FOR
DOM B98 9NL MEDICAL PURPOSES; SURGICAL DRESSING;
PLASTERS FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES, IN CLASS 5
FOR: ABSORBENT WOUND, BURN AND SUR- (US. CLS. 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 AND 52).
GICAL DRESSING AND PHARMACEUTICAL PRE-
PARATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF WOUNDS,
SURGICAL WOUNDS, AND BURNS; WOUND PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON
DRESSINGS; MATERIALS FOR DRESSINGS, UNITED KINGDOM APPLICATION NO. 2238054,
NAMELY, MEDICAL ADHESIVE TAPES AND FILED 7-3-2000, REG. NO. 2238054, DATED 12-8-2000,
GAUZE; MEDICAL PLASTERS, NAMELY, ADHE- EXPIRES 7-3-2010.
SIVE PLASTERS; ADHESIVE TAPE FOR MEDICAL
PURPOSES; COTTON FOR MEDICAL PURPOSES, SER. NO. 76-184,]55, FILED 12-20-2000.
NAMELY ANTISEPTIC COTTON AND ABSOR-
BENT COTTON; ABSORBENT WADDING FOR VENUS GRIFFITH, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. (313.: 3 and 5

Prior U.S. CIs.: 1, 4, 6, 18, 44, 46, 50, 51, and 52
Reg. No. 2,757,418
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Aug. 26, 2003

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRU-DERM

DERMASTAT PHARMACEUTICALS INC. FOR: PHARMACEUTICALS, NAMELY, MEDICA-
(PENNSYLVANIA CORPORATION) TED SKIN GELS, CREAMS AND OINTMEN’I‘S FOR
60 TERENCE DRIVE IMPROVING THE APPEARANCE OF SCARS,
PITTSBURGH, PA 15236 BLEMISHES, AND OTHER TOPICAL SKIN IMPER-
FECTIONS, IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS. 6, 18, 44, 46, 51
FOR: NON-MEDICATED SKIN GELS, CREAMS. AND 52).
AND OINTMENTS FOR IMPROVING THE AP-
PEARANCE OF SCARS, BLEMISHES, AND OTHER FIRST USE 2-25-2001; IN COMMERCE 2-25-2001.
TOPICAL SKIN IMPERFECTIONS , IN CLASS 3 (U .S.
CLS. 1, 4, 6, 50, 51 AND 52). SN 78~037,035, FILED 11-29-2000.
FIRST USE 2-25-2001; IN COMMERCE 2-25-2001. PRISCILLA MILTON, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. (315.: 5 and 10

Prior US. 03.: 6, 18, 26, 39, 44, 46, 51, and 52
. _ Reg. No. 2,580,375
W
United States Patent and Trademark Of?ce Registered June 11, 2002

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUEMEASURE

ABBOTT LABORATORIES (ILLINOIS CORPORA- FOR: DIAGNOSTIC APPARATUS FOR THE MED—
TION) [CAL ANALYSIS OF BODILY FLUIDS, IN CLASS 10
100 ABBOTT PARK ROAD (US. CLS. 26, 39 AND 44).
ABBOTT PARK, IL 600646050
– FIRST USE 7—1—2001; IN COMMERCE 7-1-2001.
FOR: DIAGNOSTIC REAGENTS FOR MEDICAL
USE, IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS. 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 AND 52). SN 78-025,359, FILED 9-11—2000.
FIRST USE 7-1-2001; IN COMMERCE 7-1-200I. JENNIFER KRISP, EXAMTNING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 5,

Prior US. CIs.: 6, 18, 44, 46, 51 and 52
Reg. No. 2,793,485
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Dec. 16, 2003

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE FOOD

HIGHER NATURE PLC (UNITED KINGDOM AND FOR USE IN HELPING DETOXIFY THE
PUBLIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY) ORGANISM; NUTRITIONAL BARS WITH ADDED
BURWASH COMMON VITAMINS. NAMELY. VITAMIN FORTIFIED NU-
EAST SUSSEX. UNITED KINGDOM TNI9 7LX TRITIONAL BARS FOR USE AS A MEAL REPLA-
CEMENT; NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS;
NUTRITIONAL SUPPLEMENTS CONTAINING EX-
FOR: DIETETIC PREPARATIONS AND SUB- TRACTS OF PLANTS AND HERBS; NUTRITIONAL
STANCES FOR THERAPEUTIC USE. NAMELY. SUPPLEMENTS. NAMELY. FLAX SEED OIL PRE-
VITAMIN AND MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS; HER- PARATIONS AND SUBSTANCES MADE OF OR
BAL SUPPLEMENTS; DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS. CONTAINING CATS CLAW ROOT; FOOD SUPPLE-
NAMELY. ESSENTIAL FATTY ACID SUPPLE- MENTS; FOOD SUPPLEMENTS FOR MEDICAL
MENTS. PROBIOTIC BACTERIA SUPPLEMENTS PURPOSES OR THERAPEUTIC USE; ANTIBIOTICS;
AND POWDERS. FRUCTOOLIGOSACCHARIDE NUTRITIONAL ENZYME SUPPLEMENTS FOR
POWDERS. AMINO ACID SUPPLEMENTS. MEDICAL PURPOSES; MEDICATED PREPARA-
CAPRYLIC ACID SUPPLEMENTS. GLUCOSAMINE TIONS FOR NOURISHING THE SKIN; TOPICAL
SUPPLEMENTS. BETAINE HYDROCHLORIDE GEL FOR MEDICAL AND THERAPEUTIC USE,
SUPPLEMENTS. PHOSPHATIDYL SERINE AND FOR USE IN TREATING DRY OR DAMAGED
PHOSPHATIDYL CHOLINE SUPPLEMENTS, LECI- SKIN. SUNBURN. SKIN IRRITATIONS. STRETCH
THIN SUPPLEMENTS. ISOFLAVONE SUPPLE— MARKS. MINOR BURNS AND SORES: SKIN
MENTS. CITRUS SUPPLEMENTS, FIBER MOISTURIZING CREAM FOR TREATMENT OF
SUPPLEMENTS. AND METHYL SULPHONYL ME- DRY, DAMAGED OR PROBLEM SKIN. SCARS.
THANE SUPPLEMENTS AND POWDERS; METHYL CORNS AND CALLUSES. MEDICATED FACIAL
SULPHONYL METHANE CREAMS FOR TOPICAL LOTIONS; NASAL SPRAYS; EAR DROPS: HEALTH
APPLICATION TO TREAT PAIN. INFLAMMATION. CARE PRODUCTS, NAMELY, SALIVA HORMONE
SUNBURN, ALLERGIES AND PREMATURE SKIN TEST KITS FOR HOME USE COMPRISED PRIMAR-
AGING; LAXATIVE PREPARATIONS: HERBAL ILY OF DIAGNOSTIC REAGENTS; FEED SUPPLE-
BALMS FOR MEDICINAL PURPOSES. NAMELY. MENTS FOR DOGS. CATS. HORSES AND
FOR USE IN THE TREATMENT OF JOINT AND CHICKENS; TOPICAL GEL FOR MEDICAL AND
MUSCLE ACHES. JOINT AND MUSCLE FLEXIBIL- THERAPEUTIC USE FOR CATS. DOGS. BIRDS.
ITY, DRY. DAMAGED AND PROBLEM SKIN. HORSES. MONKEYS. GOATS. COWS. PIGS. LI—
SCARS. MINOR BURNS. SUNBURNS. CORNS. CAL- ZARDS AND SNAKES. IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS. 6. 18.
LUSES. SCRATCH MARKS. ACNE. ACNE SCARS. 44. 46. SI AND 52).
DRY, DEVITALIZED OR PROBLEM HAIR. PRO-
BLEM NAILS. AND FOR APPLYING TO THE SKIN
TO HELP RELAXATION. TENSION RELIEF AND
ENERGIZING; HERBAL TEAS FOR MEDICINAL PRIORITY CLAIMED UNDER SEC. 44(D) ON
PURPOSES, HERBAL TEAS FOR MEDICINAL PUR- UNITED KINGDOM APPLICATION NO. 22I7847.
POSES. FORTIFIED WITH VITAMINS AND MINER- FILED I2-20-I999. REG. NO. 22I7847. DATED 7-21-
ALS; VITAMIN AND MINERAL SUPPLEMENTS IN 2000. EXPIRES I2‘20-2009.
THE FORM OF BASES FOR MAKING BEVERAGES;
MEDICINAL PREPARATIONS. NAMELY. HERBAL
AND ALOE DRINKS AND ALOE VERA IUICES
FOR USE IN SOOTHING, ANTIBACTERIAL AND NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
ANTI FUNGAL TREATMENT OF EARS AND SKIN. RIGHT TO USE “FOOD”. APART FROM THE
FOR USE IN HELPING DIGESTIVE FUNCTION MARK AS SHOWN.
Int. (315.: 5 and 10

Prior U.S. CIS.: 6, 18, 26, 39, 44, 46, 51, and 52
, Reg. No. 2,764,638
United States Patent and Trademark Office I Registered Sep. 16,2003

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUMATCH

DENTSPLY INTERNATIONAL INC. (DELA- FOR: SHADE MATCHING SYSTEM COMPRISED
WARE CORPORATION) PRIMARILY OF COLOR DISCRIMINATION
570 WEST COLLEGE AVENUE GUIDES FOR USE IN DENTISTRY, IN CLASS 10
YORK, PA 174050872 (US. CLS. 26, 39 AND 44).

FOR: SHADE MATCHING SYSTEM COMPRISED FIRST USE 7-9-2002; IN COMMERCE 7—9~2002.
PRIMARILY OF DENTAL RESTORATIVE COM-
POUNDS, IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS.‘ 6, 18, 44, 46, 51
AND 52). SN 75-894,323, FILED 1-12-2000.

FIRST USE 7—9-2002; IN COMMERCE 7—9-2002. AISHA CLARKE, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 3

P ‘ US. (‘13.: l, 4, 6, 50, 51, and 52
“O” Reg. No. 3,060,774
United St at es Pa te nt an d Tr ad em ar k Of fi ce Registered Feb. 21, 2006

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

L‘OREAL (FRANCE SOCIETE ANONYME) THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHAR-
14, RUE ROYALE ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO ANY PARTICULAR
PARIS. FRANCE 75008 FONT, STYLE. SIZE. OR COLOR.
FOR: BLUSH, IN CLASS 3 (US. CLS. 1. 4. 6, 50, 51 SN 76595529, FILED 6_3_2004.
AND 52).
FIRST USE 6-1-2005; IN COMMERCE 6-1-2005. CHRISIE 3- KING, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 5
2
I riot U .3. CIS .:6,1,844, 46 ’ 51 a 3“ d52
Reg. No. 2,206,215
Un
M ited States Patent and TradW
emark Of?ce Registered Nuv.24,1998
TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUHERBS

TWIN LABORATORIES. INC. (UTAH CORPO— FIRST USE 7—21—1998; [N COMMERCE
RATION) 7—28—l998.
2120 SMITHTOWN AVENUE
RONKONKOMA. NY 11779 SN 75481654. FILED 5—94997.
FOR: DIETARY SUPPLEMENTS, IN CLASS 5 MICHAEL HAMILTON. EXAMINING ATTOR-
(U.S. CLS. 6, 18. 44, 46, 5| AND 52). NEY
Int. CIs.: I and 5

Prior US. (318.: I, 5, 6, [0, 18, 26, 44, 46, 51,
and 52
Reg. No. 2,373,185
United States Patent and Trademark Of?c
e Registered Aug. 1, 2000

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRU-LIQUID

DADE BEHRING INC. (DELAWARE CORPORATIO
N) FOR: DIAGNOSTIC REAGENTS FOR
1717 DEERFIELD ROAD USE AS
CONTROLS FOR MEDICAL OR CLINICAL L
DEERFIELD, IL 60015 BY CHANGE OF NAME DAD ABORA-
E TORY USE, IN CLASS 5 (US. CLS. 6, I8
INTERNATIONAL INC. (DELAWARE CORPORA- , 44, 46,
5! AND 52).
TION) DEERFIELD, IL 60015
FIRST USE 84—1997; IN COMMERCE
9~l~l997.
FOR: [DIAGNOSTIC REAGENTS FOR USE AS
CONTROLS FOR SCIENTIFIC OR RESEARCH USE, SN 75—238,097, FILED 2—7-l997.
IN CLASS I (U.S. CLS. I, 5, 6, IO, 26 AND 46).
FIRST USE 8—4—1997; IN COMMERCE 9——l—|997.
KELLEY WELLS, EXAMINING ATTORN
EY
Int. CL: 3
Prior US. (‘13.: l, 4, 6, 50, 5’1
, and 52
United States Patent and Reg. No. 3,304,403
Trademark Office Registered Oct. 2, 2007

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

TRUE COVER.

THANE INTERNATIONAL,
INC. (DELAWARE
CORPORATION) THE MARK CONSISTS OF ST
78-140 CALLE TAMPICO ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO A N DARD CHAR-
LA QUINTA, CA 92253 A
FONT, STYLE, SIZE, OR COLOR. N Y P ARTICULAR

FOR: MAKE-UP PRODUCTS FO
AND BODY, IN CLASS 3 (US. C R T H E FACE
AND 52). L S . 1, 4, 6, 50, 51 SN 78 824’246’ FILED 2’27‘2006’

FIRST USE 7-13-2006; IN COMMERCE
9-14-2006. DAVID YONTEF, EXAMINING ATTO
RNEY
Int. CL: 5
Prior US. CL: 44 Rog. Nu. (08,551!
United States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Dec. 11, I956
N) Your Renewal Renewnl Term Begins Dec. 11, 1996

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER .

TRU—CHROME
RMO, INC. (COLORADO CORPORA- USAIIIJ-Z FOR CHILDREN‘S DENTIST—-
HON) RY AND ()RTIIODONTIA. SUCH AS
650 meow/xx HANDS AND BANDING MATERIALS.
DENVER. CO 80204. m! CHANGE OF ATTACHMENTS. FASTENING-‘3.
NAME. CHANGE OF NAME. AND BRACKETS, HAND AND ATTACH-
CHANGE OF NAME FROM ROCKY MENT PREVVELDED ASSEMBLIES.
MOUNTAIN METAL PRODUCTS co. CROWNS. VIRES. CLASI’S. INSTRU-
(COLORADO CORPORATION) MENTS AND MISCELLANEOUS ASSO-
DENVER. CO CIATED PRODUCTS. IN CLASS 44 (INT.
CL. 5).
OWNER OF U.S. REG. NOS. 3E3.S70
AND 384,900. FIRST USE 0—0-4939; IN COMMERCE
SEC. 20”). 0—0-l939.
FOR: DENTAL SUPPLIES AND
EQUIPMENT. PARTICULARLY THOSE SER. NO. 72—001575. FILED 2—13-l956I

In testimony whereof I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of The Patent and Trademark
Of?ce to be af?xed on Jan. 7, I 997.

COMMISSIONER OF PATENTS AND TRADEMARKS
Int. CL: 36
Prior US. 05.: 100, 101 and 102

U n i t e d S t a t
Reg. No. 3,293,061
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SERVICE MARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

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ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM TO AN
5620 BELLAIRE BLVD Y PARTICULAR
FONT. STYLE, SIZE, OR COLOR.
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NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EX
CLUSIVE
FOR: PREPAID TELECOMMUNICATIONS CALL- RIGHT TO USE “CALL”, APART FROM THE MARK
ING CARD SERVICES; TELEPHONE CALLING As SHOWN.
CARD SERVICES, IN CLASS 36 (US. CLS. 100. 101
AND 102). SER. NO. 77051499, FILED 12-7-2006.
FIRST USE 5-9-2002; IN COMMERCE 5-14-2002. WANDA KAY PRICE, EXAMINING ATTORNEY
Int. CL: 33
Prior US. 05.: 47 and 49
. ‘ Reg. No. 3,200,658
Umted States Patent and Trademark Office Registered Jun. 23, 2007

TRADEMARK
PRINCIPAL REGISTER

True Red
FENESTRA WINERY (CALIFORNIA CORPORA- NO CLAIM IS MADE TO THE EXCLUSIVE
TION) RIGHT TO USE “RED”, APART FROM THE MARK
83 VALLECITOS ROAD As SHOWN.
LIVERMORE, CA 94550

FOR: RED WINE, IN CLASS 33 (us. CLS. 47 AM)
49% SER. NO. 78-662,347, FILED 7-1—2005.
FIRST USE 9-1-1987; IN COMMERCE 1~1~l988.

THE MARK CONSISTS OF STANDARD CHAR-
ACTERS WITHOUT CLAIM To ANY pARTICULAR MARIA-VICTORIA SUAREZ, EXAMINING ATTOR-
FONT, STYLE, SIZE, OR COLOR. NEY
US. Patent and Trademark Of?ce (USP’I‘O)

NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE

NOTE: IF any data on this notice is incorrect, please fax a request for correction to the Intent to Use Unit at 571-2733550. Please include the serial number of your
application on ALL correspondence with the USPTO.

ISSUE DATE: Oct 9, 2007

DONNA RUBELMANN
RUBELMANN & ASSOCIATES, PC
50l llliRONDO ST STE 45
llERMOSA BEACH, CA 90254-5241

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 6 MONTH DEADLINE **

You ?led the trademark application identi?ed below based upon a bona tide intention to use the mark in commerce. You must use the mark in commerce
and tile a Statement of Use (aka. Allegation of Use) before the USPTO will register the mark. You have six (6) MONTHS from the ISSUE DATE of this
Notice ofAllcwance (NOA) to ?le either a Statement of Use, or if you are not yet using the mark in commerce, a Request for Extension of Time to File a
Statement ot‘use (“Extension Request”). If you ?le an extension request, you must continue to ?le a new request every six months until the Statement of
Use is ?led. Applicant may ?le a total of ?ve (5) extension requests. FAILURE TO FILE A REQUIRED DOCUMENT DURING THE APPROPRIATE
TIME PERIOD WILL RESULT IN THE ABANDQNMEN I OF YOUR APPLICATION.

Please note that both the “Statement of Use ” and “Extension Request” have many legal requirements including fees. Therefore, we
encourage use of the USPTO forms, available online at W (under “File a PRE-rcgistration form”), to
avoid the possible omission of important informaton. Please note that the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) provides
line—by-Iine help instructions for completing the Extension Request or Statement of Use forms online. If you do not have access to the
Internet, you may call l-800~786-9199 to request the printed form(s).

The following information should be reviewed for accuracy:

SERIAL NUMBER: 77/087988
MARK: TRUE ORGANIC (STANDARD CHARACTER MARK)
OWNER: Physicians Formula, Inc.
1055 West 8th Street
Azusa , CALIFORNIA 9l702

This application has the following bases, but not necessarily for all listed goods/services:
Section 1(a): NO Section 1(1)): YES Section 44(e): NO

GOODS/SERVICES BY INTERNATIONAL CLASS

003 — Organic cosmetics — FIRST USE DATE: NONE; —— USE IN COMIVIERCE DATE: NONE

ALL OF THE GOODS/SERVICES IN EACH CLASS ARE LISTED
U.S. Patent and Trademark Of?ce (USPTO)

NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE

N(‘)T[?: it. any data on this notice is incorrect, please fax a request for correction to the Intent to Use Unit at 571-273-9550. Please include the serial number of your
application on ALL correspondence with the USPTO.

ISSUE DATE: Sep 18, 2007

Rene L. Guess ATTORNEY
The Procter & Gamble Company REFERENCE NUMBER
02 Mailstop 11
One Procter & Gamble Plaza 314339
Cincinnati OH 45202

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 6 MONTH DEADLINE **

You ?led the trademark application identi?ed below based upon a bona ?de intention to use the mark in commerce. You must use the mark in commerce
and ?le a Statement of Use (aka. Allegation of Use) before the USPTO will register the mark. You have six (6) MONTHS from the ISSUE DATE of this
Notice of Allowance (NOA) to ?le either a Statement of Use, or if you are not yet using the mark in commerce, :1 Request for Extension ot‘Time to File a
Statement of use (“Extension Request”). If you ?le an extension request, you must continue to ?le a new request every six months until the Statement of
Use is ?led. Applicant may ?le a total of ?ve (5) extension requests. FAILURE TO FILE A REQUIRED DOCUMENT DURING THE APPROPRIATE
TIME PERIOD WILL RESULT IN THE A AND N E OF YOUR APPLICATION.

Please note that both the “Statement of Use ” and “Extension Request” have many legal requirements including fees. Therefore, we
encourage use of the USPTO forms, available online at http?wwwusptg,ggv?eas/index.btml (under “File a PRE-registration form”), to
avoid the possible omission of important informaton. Please note that the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) provides
line-by-line help instructions for completing the Extension Request or Statement of Use forms online. If you do not have access to the
Internet, you may call 1—800-786-9199 to request the printed form(s).

The following information should be reviewed for accuracy:

SERIAL NUMBER: 77/079761
MARK: TRUCONCEAL (STANDARD CHARACTER MARK)
OWNER: Noxell Corporation
1 1050 York Avenue
Hunt Valley , MARYLAND 2l0302098

This application has the following bases, but not necessarily for all listed goods/services:
Section l(a): NO Section l(b): YES Section 44(e): NO

GOODS/SERVICES BY INTERNATIONAL CLASS

003 — Cosmetics, namely, concealer -— FIRST USE DATE: NONE; ~ USE IN COMMERCE DATE: NONE

ALL OF THE GOODS/SERVICES IN EACH CLASS ARE LISTED
U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USP’I‘O)

NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE

NOTE: If any data on this notice is incorrect, please fax a request for correction to the Intent to Use Unit at 571-273-9550. Please include the serial number of your
application on ALL correspondence with the USPTO.

ISSUE DATE: Dec 27, 2005

Sanford Astor ATTORNEY
Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP REFERENCE NUMBER
Suite l200
22l N. Figueroa St. L1122
Los Angeles CA 900l2

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 6 MONTH DEADLINE **

You ?led the trademark application identi?ed below based upon a bona tide intention to use the mark in commerce. You must use the mark in commerce
and ?le a Statement of Use (a.k.a. Allegation of Use) before the USPTO will register the mark. You have six (6) MONTHS from the ISSUE DATE of this
Notice ofAllowance (NOA) to ?le either a Statement of Use, or if you are not yet using the mark in commerce, :1 Request for Extension of Time to File a
Statement of use (“Extension Request”). If you ?le an extension request, you must continue to ?le a new request every six months until the Statement of
Use is filed. Applicant may ?le a total of ?ve (5) extension requests. FAILURE TO FILE A REQUIRED DOCUMENT DURING THE APPROPRIATE
TIME PERIOD WILL RESULT IN THE W OF YOUR APPLICATION.

Please note that both the “Statement of Use ” and “Extension Request” have many legal requirements including fees. Therefore, we
encourage use of the USPTO forms, available online at W (under “File a PRE-registration form”), to
avoid the possible omission of important informaton. Please note that the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) provides
line—by—line help instructions for completing the Extension Request or Statement of Use forms online. If you do not have access to the
Internet, you may call 1-800-786-9199 to request the printed form(s).

The following information should be reviewed for accuracy:

SERIAL NUMBER: 78/536638
MARK: TRUTONE (STANDARD CHARACTER MARK)
OWNER: Lamas Beauty International
Suite 302
6222 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles , CALIFORNIA 90048

This application has the following bases, but not necessarily for all listed goods/services:
Section 1(a): NO Section l(b): YES Section 44(6): NO

GOODS/SERVICES BY INTERNATIONAL CLASS

003 – Cosmetics, namely, foundation makeup. face powder, body powder, blusher, eyeshadow, lipstick, eyeliner, eyebrow pencil, mascara, lipliner
lipstick, non—medicated skin preparation, concealer stick makeup, eye makeup remover, skin cleanser, skin toner, shampoo, conditioner, and hair
styling nrenarations
US. Patent and Trademark Of?ce (USPTO)

NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE

NOTE: ll’any data on this notice is incorrect, please fax a request for correction to the Intent to Use Unit at 571—273-9550 Please include the serial number of your
application on ALL correspondence with the USPTO.

ISSUE DATE: Sep 18, 2007

Rene L. Guess ATTORNEY
The Procter & Gamble Company REFERENCE NUMBER
C—Z Mailstop 11
One Procter & Gamble Plaza 314340
Cincinnati OH 45202

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 6 MONTH DEADLINE **

You ?led the trademark application identi?ed below based upon a bona ?de intention to use the mark in commerce. You must use the mark in commerce
and ?le a Statement of Use (a.k.a. Allegation of Use) before the USPTO will register the mark. You have six (6) MONTHS from the ISSUE DATE of this
Notice of Allowance (NOA) to ?le either a Statement of Use, or if you are not yet using the mark in commerce, a Request for Extension of Time to File a
Statement of use (“Extension Request”). If you ?le an extension request, you must continue to ?le a new request every six months until the Statement of
Use is ?led. Applicant may ?le a total of ?ve (5) extension requests. FAILURE TO FILE A REQUIRED DOCUMENT DURING THE APPROPRIATE
TIME PERIOD WILL RESULT IN THE AW OF YOUR APPLICATION.

Please note that both the “Statement of Use ” and “Extension Request” have many legal requirements including fees. Therefore, we
encourage use of the USPTO forms, available online at hgy?wm‘usptg,gov/teaszmdex.hrm! (under “File a PRE-registration form”), to
avoid the possible omission of important infonnaton. Please note that the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) provides
line-by-line help instructions for completing the Extension Request or Statement of Use forms online. If you do not have access to the
Internet, you may call 1-800—786-9199 to request the printed form(s).

The following information should be reviewed for accuracy:

SERIAL NUMBER: 77/079626
MARK: TRUCHEEKS (STANDARD CHARACTER MARK)
OWNER: Noxell Corporation
11050 York Road
Hunt Valley , MARYLAND 210302098

This application has the following bases, but not necessarily for all listed goods/services:
Section 1(a): NO Section 1(b): YES Section 44(e): NO

GOODS/SERVICES BY INTERNATIONAL CLASS

003 – Cosmetics, namely, blush ~— FIRST USE DATE: NONE; -~ USE IN COMMERCE DATE: NONE

ALL OF THE GOODS/SERVICES IN EACH CLASS ARE LISTED
US. Patent and Trademark Of?ce (USP’I‘O)

NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE
Un it at 57 1— 27 3- 95 50 . Pl ea se in cl ud e the ser ial nu mb er of yo ur
pl ea se fax a re qu es t for co rr ec ti on to thc Int ent to Us e
NOTE; If any data on this notice is incorrect,
io n on A L L co rr es po nd en ce wi th th e US I’ TO.
applicat

ISSUE DATE: May I, 2007

PAUL V. NUNES, ESQ.
UN DERBERG & KESSLER LLP
300 BAUSCH AND LOMB PL
ROCI lESTER, NY 14604—2702

T IN FO RM AT IO N: 6 M O N T H D E A D L I N E **
** IMPORTAN

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w ba se d up on a bo na ti de in te nt io n to us e th
You tiled the trademark application identi?ed belo rk. You have si x (6 ) M O N T H S fr om th e IS SU E D A T E of th is
ti on os te ) be fo re th e US PT O wi ll re gi st er th e ma
and ?le a Statement oste (a.k.a. Allega e ma rk in co mm er ce , a Re qu es t fo r Ex te ns io n of Ti me to Fi le a
ei th er a St at em en t os te , or if yo u ar e no t ye t us in g th
Noti ce of Al lo wa nc e (N OA ) to ?l e nt hs un ti l th e St at em en t of
t, yo u mu st co nt in ue to ?l e a ne w re qu es t ev er y si x mo
(” Ex te ns io n Re qu es t” ). If yo n ?l e an ex te ns io n re qu es
Stat em en t of us e C U M E N T DU RI NG THE APPROPRIATE
te ns io n re qu es ts . FA IL UR E T O FI LE A RE QU IR ED D O
Use is ?led. Applicant may ?le a to ta l of ?v e (5 ) ex
W O F Y O U R A P P L I C A T I O N .
TIME PE R I O D W I L L R E S U L T IN T H E

ma ny le ga l re qu ir em en ts in cl ud in g fe es . Th er ef or e, we
e ” an d “E xt en si on Re qu es t” ha ve
Please note that both the “Statement of Us (u nd er “F il e a PR E— re gi st ra ti on fo rm “) , to
ag e us e of th e U S P T O fo rm s, av ai la bl e on li ne at
encour
ea se no te th at th e Tr ad em ar k El ec tr on ic Ap pl ic at io n Sy stem (TEAS) provides
avoid the possible omission of im po rt an t in fo rm at on . Pl ss to th e
at em en t of Us e fo rm s on li ne . If yo u do no t ha ve ac ce
ng th e Ex te ns io n Re qu es t or St
linc—by—linc help instructions for completi (s ).
99 to re qu es t th e pr in te d fo rm
Internet, you may call 1-800-786-91

in fo rm at io n sh ou ld be re vi ew ed fo r ac cu ra cy :
The following

SERIAL NUMBER: 78/908720
G Y ( S T A N D A R D C H A R A C T E R M A R K )
MARK: TRUE TOOTH TECHNOLO
OWNER: IVOCLAR VIVADENT, INC.
175 PINEVIEW DRIVE
AMHERST , NEW YORK 14228

t ne ce ss ar il y fo r al l li st ed go od s/ se rv ic es :
This application has the following bases, but no Se ct io n 44 (e ): N O
Section 1(1)): YE S
Section 1(a): NO

GOODS/SE RV IC ES B Y I N T E R N A T I O N A L CL AS S

FI RS T US E DA TE : NO NE ; — US E IN C O M M E R C E DA TE :
D- CA M MI LL IN G AP PA RA TU S »
005 — DENTAL PORCELAIN FOR USE IN CA
NONE

ALL OF THE GO OD S/ SE RV IC ES IN EA CH CL AS S AR E LI ST ED
U.S. Patent and Trademark Of?ce (USPTO)

NOTICE OF ALLOWANCE

NOTE: If any data on this notice is incorrect, please fax a request for correction to the Intent to Use Unit at 571—273—9550. Please include the serial number of your
application on ALL correspondence with the USPTO.

ISSUE DATE: Feb 20, 2007

SUSAN E. HOLLANDER, ESQ., PAUL E. THOMAS ATTORNEY
MANATT, PHELPS & PHILLIPS, LLP REFERENCE NUMBER
1001 PAGE MILL RD BLDG 2
I’ALO ALTO, CA 94304-1020 28405.030

** IMPORTANT INFORMATION: 6 MONTH DEADLINE **

You ?led the trademark application identi?ed below based upon a bona tide intention to use the mark in commerce. You must use the mark in commerce
and ?le a Statement of Use (a.k.a. Allegation of Use) before the USPTO will register the mark. You have six (6) MONTHS from the ISSUE DATE of this
Notice of Allowance (NOA) to ?le either a Statement oste, or if you are not yet using the mark in commerce, :1 Request for Extension of Time to File a
Statement of use (“Extension Request”). If you ?le an extension request, you must continue to ?le a new request every six months until the Statement of
Use is ?led. Applic ant may ?le a total of ?ve (5) extens ion reques ts. FAIL URE TO FILE A REQU IRED DOCU MENT DURI NG THE APPR OPRI ATE
TIME PERIOD WILL RESULT IN THE W OF YOUR APPLICATION.

Pleas e note that both the “Stat ement of Use ” and “Exte nsion Reque st” have many legal requi remen ts inclu ding fees. There fore, we
encourag e use of the USP TO forms , avail able onlin e at http ;[/w ww,u sptg .ggv ltea ?ind exht ml (unde r “File a PRE-r egist ratio n form” ), to
avoid the possible omission of important informaton. Please note that the Trademark Electronic Application System (TEAS) provides
line~ by—li ne help instr uctio ns for comp leti ng the Exte nsio n Requ est or State ment of Use form s onlin e. If you do not have acces s to the
Internet, you may call 1—800-786—9199 to request the printed form(s).

The following information should be reviewed for accuracy:

SERIAL NUMBER: 78/863068
MARK: TRUEKILL (STANDARD CHARACTER MARK)
OWNER: OMS Investments, Inc.
10250 Constellation Blvd., Suite 2800
Los Angeles , CALIFORNIA 90067

This application has the following bases, but not necessarily for all listed goods/services:
Section 1(3): NO Section l(b): YES Section 44(6): NO

GOODS/SERVICES BY INTERNATIONAL CLASS

005 – Insecticides, pesticides, and herbicides for domestic use — FIRST USE DATE: NONE; -— USE IN COMMERCE DATE: NONE

ALL OF THE GOODS/SERVICES TN EACH CLASS ARE LISTED