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July 28, 2021
BRIAN P CALLAGHAN
Granting of software licenses; Granting of licences to others for the use of industrial property rights and copyright; Granting of licenses for industrial property rights; Granting of licenses for patents; Granting of licenses for trade marks; Granting of licenses for copyrights; Granting of licenses relating to the computer software; Granting of licenses relating to the mobile software applications; Granting of licenses relating to databases; Granting of licenses relating to the mobile software applications in healthcare services; Granting of licenses relating to the mobile software applications for diagnosing diseases; Granting of licenses relating to the mobile software applications for assessing health conditions; 100; 101
A non-final Office action has been sent (issued) to the applicant. This is a letter from the examining attorney requiring additional information and/or making an initial refusal. The applicant must respond to this Office action. To view all documents in this file, click on the Trademark Document Retrieval link at the top of this page.
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