LINK Trademark

Trademark Overview


On Wednesday, March 10, 2021, a trademark application was filed for LINK with the United States Patent and Trademark Office. The USPTO has given the LINK trademark a serial number of 90569889. The federal status of this trademark filing is ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE as of Tuesday, April 19, 2022. The LINK trademark is filed in the Houseware & Glass Products category with the following description:

Drinkware; Bottle cleaning brushes; Bottle gourds; Bottle jackets, namely, fitted reusable polyethylene coverings used to protect glass bottles containing hazardous liquids; Bottle openers; Bottle openers, electric and non-electric; Bottle pourers; Bottle sleeves composed of liquid-absorbing micro fiber fabric; Bottle squeegees; Bottle stands; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with vacuum bottles; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with wine bottles; Bottles for pharmaceuticals sold empty; Bottles, sold empty; Cup cake molds; Cup lids; Cupcake baking cups; Cupcake molds; Cupcake stands; Cups; Cups, not of precious metal; Flasks; Glass beverageware; Glass bowls; Glass boxes; Glass carafes; Glass cartridges for medication sold empty; Glass dishes; Glass etched by acid; Glass fabrics for industrial use; Glass fibers for non-textile purposes; Glass fibers for reinforcing plastics; Glass for decorative purposes, namely, sea glass; Glass for signal lights or headlights for veh...

General Information


Serial Number90569889
Word MarkLINK
Filing DateWednesday, March 10, 2021
Status602 - ABANDONED - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE
Status DateTuesday, April 19, 2022
Registration Number0000000
Registration DateNOT AVAILABLE
Mark Drawing3000 - Illustration: Drawing or design which also includes word(s) / letter(s) / number(s)
Published for Opposition DateNOT AVAILABLE

Trademark Statements


Description of MarkThe mark consists of the stylized wording "LINK" in which the letter "K" is horizontally flipped. The wording is inside a rectangle. The Rectangle is a single line border.
Goods and ServicesDrinkware; Bottle cleaning brushes; Bottle gourds; Bottle jackets, namely, fitted reusable polyethylene coverings used to protect glass bottles containing hazardous liquids; Bottle openers; Bottle openers, electric and non-electric; Bottle pourers; Bottle sleeves composed of liquid-absorbing micro fiber fabric; Bottle squeegees; Bottle stands; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with vacuum bottles; Bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with wine bottles; Bottles for pharmaceuticals sold empty; Bottles, sold empty; Cup cake molds; Cup lids; Cupcake baking cups; Cupcake molds; Cupcake stands; Cups; Cups, not of precious metal; Flasks; Glass beverageware; Glass bowls; Glass boxes; Glass carafes; Glass cartridges for medication sold empty; Glass dishes; Glass etched by acid; Glass fabrics for industrial use; Glass fibers for non-textile purposes; Glass fibers for reinforcing plastics; Glass for decorative purposes, namely, sea glass; Glass for signal lights or headlights for vehicles; Glass jars; Glass lids for industrial packaging containers; Glass mosaics not for buildings; Glass pans; Glass pipes, not for building and not for scientific purposes; Glass prisms for use as mnemonic devices; Glass rods; Glass rods and bars; Glass statuettes; Glass stoppers; Glass stoppers for bottles; Glass storage jars; Glass tubing for use in making signs; Glass wool not for insulation; Glass wool, other than for insulation; Glass yarns; Glass, unworked or semi-worked, except building glass; Mug trees; Mugs; Mugs of precious metal; Mugs, not of precious metal; Sports bottles sold empty; Tumblers for use as drinking glasses; Water bottle belts for sport; Water bottles sold empty; Wine aerators; Wine buckets; Wine coasters of precious metal; Wine cooling pails; Wine decanters; Wine glasses; Wine jugs; Wine openers; Wine pourers; Wine strainers; Wine tasters; Wine-tasting pipettes; Wine-tasting siphons; Aluminum water bottles sold empty; Baking cups of paper; Barware, namely, seltzer bottles; Bath accessories, namely, cup holders; Bathroom glass holder not of precious metal; Beakers, namely, wide-mouthed drinking cups for household use; Beer mugs; Biodegradable paper pulp-based plates, bowls and cups; Boxes of glass; Busts of glass; Candlesticks of glass; Cardboard cups; Cleaning brushes for feeding bottle teats; Coffee cups; Coffee mugs; Coffee cups, tea cups and mugs; Compostable and biodegradable plates, bowls, cups and trays; Coolers for wine; Cooling buckets for wine; Crockery, namely, pots, dishes, drinking cups and saucers, bowls, serving bowls and trays; Cups and mugs; Decorative glass balls; Decorative glass orbs; Decorative glass spheres; Decorative sand bottles; Decorative small glass bottles containing saw dust memorabilia; Demitasse sets comprised of cups and saucers; Demitasse sets comprised of cups, saucers and stirring spoons sold as a unit; Dewar bottles and vessels; Disposable beverage lid with an integrated press and plunger for placement on any cup for the purpose of infusing beverages; Double wall cups; Double wall cups with lids; Double wall cups with lids and straws; Drinking bottles for sports; Drinking cups; Drinking cups and saucers; Drinking cups for babies and children; Drinking cups for babies and children and parts and fittings therefor, namely, cups for babies and children sold as a unit with valves and lids; Drinking cups for children and parts and fittings therefor, namely, drinking cups for children sold as a unit with non-insulated lids; Drinking cups for infants and parts and fittings therefor, namely, valves and lids sold as a unit; Drinking cups sold with lids therefor; Drinking flasks; Drinking flasks; Drinking glasses made from recycled Plastic; Drinking glasses, namely, tumblers; Drinking straws of glass; Earthenware mugs; Egg cups; Egg cups; Egg cups of precious metal; Electric bottle openers; Electric wine openers; Empty water bottles for bicycles; Empty spray bottles; Enamelled glass, not for building; Food preserving jars of glass; Fruit bowls of glass; Gas pressurized beverage siphon containers, namely, cream whippers, cream pitchers and soda water holders and gas cartridges sold empty; Glass mugs; Ground plate glass; Hair color application bottles; Heaters for feeding bottles, non-electric; Hip flasks; Insulated flasks; Insulated mugs; Insulated vacuum flasks; Insulating flasks; Insulating sleeve holder for bottles; Insulating sleeve holder for beverage cups; Ladles for serving wine; Lamp glass brushes; Lamp-glass brushes; Lids with drinking spouts for reusable water bottles; Mixing cups; Mosaics of glass and ceramic tiles, not for construction; Mosaics of glass, not for building; Mosaics of glass, not for buildings; Neoprene zippered bottle holders; Non-electric bottle openers; Non-electric wine openers; Non-electric heaters for feeding bottles; Non-woven textile wipes for cleaning baby bottles and baby feeding equipment; Opal glass; Opaline glass; Ornamental glass spheres; Paper cupcake baking liners; Paper cups; Paper and plastic cups; Paper baking cups; Paper plates and paper cups; Perfume bottles sold empty; Plastic bottle with blown cavity insert sold empty; Plastic cups; Plastic water bottle holders and attached carabiner clip sold as a unit; Plastic water bottles sold empty; Plastic drink bottle identification tag; Plate glass for cars; Polished plate glass; Porcelain mugs; Powdered glass for decoration; Pressed glass; Pressurized and gravity operated watering and nutrient feeding containers; Re-usable or disposable plastic or silicone valves sold for use with training cups for babies and children; Reusable plastic water bottles sold empty; Reusable self-sealing lids for household use for bowls, cups, containers and the storage of food; Reusable stainless steel water bottles sold empty; Reusable vaccumed double insulated stainless steel water bottles sold empty; Reusable plastic water bottles sold empty; Reusable color water bottles sold empty; Roller bottles, sold empty; Sake cups; Sake serving bottles (tokkuri); Semi-finished safety glass; Shaker bottles sold empty; Signal light glass; Signboards of porcelain or glass; Silicone cupcake baking liners; Silicone baking cups; Siphon bottles for aerated water; Siphon bottles for carbonated water; Sippy cups; Smoothed plate glass; Speckled glass; Spun glass; Squeeze bottles sold empty; Stained glass; Stained glass figurines; Stamped glass; Statues of glass; Training cups for babies and children; Training cups for infants; Travel mugs; Unfinished window glass for vehicles; Unworked or semi-worked glass, not for building; Unwrought glass; Upright signboards of glass or ceramic; Vacuum bottle stoppers; Vacuum bottle stoppers specially adapted for use with wine bottles; Vacuum bottles; Vacuum flasks; Vacuum mugs; Vacuum bottles; Vacuum pumps for wine bottles; Wine bottle cradles; Wine bottle vests specially adapted for decorating wine bottles; Wine drip collars specially adapted for use around the top of wine bottles to stop drips; Wired plate glass, not for building; Works of art made of glass

Classification Information


International Class021 - Household or kitchen utensils and containers; combs and sponges; brushes (except paint brushes); brush-making materials; articles for cleaning purposes; steel-wool; unworked or semi-worked glass (except glass used in building); glassware, porcelain and earthenware not included in other classes.
US Class Codes002, 013, 023, 029, 030, 033, 040, 050
Class Status Code6 - Active
Class Status DateWednesday, June 9, 2021
Primary Code021
First Use Anywhere DateNOT AVAILABLE
First Use In Commerce DateNOT AVAILABLE

Trademark Owner History


Party NameNOT AVAILABLE
Party Type10 - Original Applicant
Legal Entity Type01 - Individual
AddressLAS VEGAS, NV 89138

Trademark Events


Event DateEvent Description
Tuesday, April 19, 2022ABANDONMENT NOTICE E-MAILED - FAILURE TO RESPOND
Tuesday, April 19, 2022ABANDONMENT - FAILURE TO RESPOND OR LATE RESPONSE
Tuesday, October 5, 2021NOTIFICATION OF NON-FINAL ACTION E-MAILED
Tuesday, October 5, 2021NON-FINAL ACTION E-MAILED
Tuesday, October 5, 2021NON-FINAL ACTION WRITTEN
Tuesday, October 5, 2021ASSIGNED TO EXAMINER
Thursday, June 10, 2021NOTICE OF DESIGN SEARCH CODE E-MAILED
Wednesday, June 9, 2021NEW APPLICATION OFFICE SUPPLIED DATA ENTERED IN TRAM
Saturday, March 13, 2021NEW APPLICATION ENTERED IN TRAM