NeuroVasx, Inc.

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  • Medical Devices:

    ...system. P100040 FDA-2011-M-0257.... Medtronic Vascular.. Valiant thoracic stent graft. April 1, 2011. system. H100002 FDA-2011-M-0241.... NeuroVasx, Inc.... cPAX aneurysm treatment system. April 1, 2011. P100018 FDA-2011-M-0284.... Chestnut Medical. Pipeline embolization device.. April 6, 2011. ...

  • Huntingdon Just One of Stephens' Biotech Investments.

    ...is one of two "committed investors." The size of the investment is not revealed, but Cohesion now owns less than half of the company. . * NeuroVasx Inc. of Maple Grove, Minn., is a privately held company founded in 1997 to develop treatments for stroke patients. In October 2000, NeuroVasx ...

  • Proving Trademark Fraud: Intent Is The Question

    ... In Medinol, 67 USPQ2d 1205 (TTAB 2003), Neuro Vasx had registered the NEUROVASX mark for "medical devices, namely, neurological stents and catheters." Medinol petitioned to cancel that registration on the ground that at the time ...

  • An “F-word” Trademark Owners Should Avoid

    by Scott Hervey It’s been five years since the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board dramatically changed the way Untied States trademark registrations are handled. The case of Medinol Ltd. v. Neuro Vasx, Inc. reflected an analytical shift in the way in which the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) determines whether an applicant committed fraud on...

    ...v. Neuro Vasx, Inc. are as follows: Neuro Vasx, Inc. filed a trademark application for the mark NEUROVASX for “medical devices namely, neurological stents and catheters.” The mark was filed based on Neuro Vasx’s intent to use the mark. Eventually ...

  • Chipping Away at the Dead Wood and Other Registered-But-Unused Marks

    An ongoing issue faced by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has been the number of trademark registrations granted or retained for over-inclusive identifications of goods and/or services where the registrants do not actually use or intend to use the marks on all of the goods and services listed in the registration. Indeed, some registrations remain in effect even though the...

    ...In Medinol Ltd. v. Neuro Vasx, Inc., Neuro Vasx, when filing an amendment to allege use of their trademark NEUROVASX for “medical devices, namely, neurological stents and catheters” in order to obtain their registration, failed to delete “stents” from their ...

  • Evaluating The USPTO’s Efforts To Clean Up The U.S. Trademark Register

    An ongoing issue for the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has been the number of trademark registrations where registrants do not actually use or intend to use their marks on all of the goods and services covered by their registrations. If you ever had your U.S. trademark application blocked by a prior registration for a mark that covered more goods and services than seemed...

    ...v. Neuro Vasx, Inc., more than a dozen years ago. In Medinol, the TTAB cancelled the entire registration for the mark NEUROVASX after the mark’s owner, Neuro Vasx, failed to delete “stents” from its identification in its statement of use, when the mark was used only in ...