(1) The Secretary of State by rule may establish classes of goods and services for convenience in the administration of this chapter. The classes that the Secretary of State establishes may not limit or extend an applicant‘s or registrant‘s rights and shall conform to the classes the United States Patent and Trademark Office has adopted to the extent practicable.
Terms Used In Oregon Statutes 647.024
- Applicant: means a person that files an application to register a mark under this chapter, and the person's legal representatives, successors or assigns. See Oregon Statutes 647.005
- Mark: means a trademark or service mark entitled to registration under this chapter whether registered or not. See Oregon Statutes 647.005
- Registrant: means a person to whom the registration of a mark is issued under this chapter, and the person's legal representatives, successors or assigns. See Oregon Statutes 647.005
- Trademark: means a word, name, symbol or device or a combination of words, names, symbols or devices that a person uses to identify and distinguish the person's goods, including a unique product, from another person's goods and to indicate the source of the goods, even if the source is unknown. See Oregon Statutes 647.005
- United States: includes territories, outlying possessions and the District of Columbia. See Oregon Statutes 174.100
(2) A single application to register a mark may include any or all goods or services on or in connection with which the mark is actually being used.
(3) If an application includes more than one class, the Secretary of State may collect a fee under ORS 56.140 for each class. [1985 c.728 § 84b (enacted in lieu of 647.025); 2009 c.459 § 6]
[1961 c.497 § 9; 1965 c.511 § 3; repealed by 1985 c.728 84a,110 (647.024 enacted in lieu of 647.025)]