Supermassive Games Trademark

United States Trademark Registration No. 4,263,108 for Supermassive Games (stylized design)

Supermassive Games is a videogame developer founded in 2008, which focus on PlayStation-exclusive games. In order to protect their business, they needed a trademark which would cover every aspect of their business. The trademark we obtained protects their name and logo for a variety of goods and services including Computer Software, Operating online marketplaces, Entertainment services including conducting electronic computer games, and Technological services relating to design and development of computer software.

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Supermassive Games Trademark

Array of Aircraft Seats

United States Patent No. 8,348,195 for an Array of Aircraft Seats

American Airlines, Inc. is a major U.S. airline, headquartered in Fort Worth, Texas. It operates an extensive international and domestic network, with scheduled flights throughout North America, the Caribbean, South America, Europe, and Asia/Pacific. American Airlines, Inc. was founded in 1934, but traces its roots back to the early days of aviation in the 1920s.

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US Pat No. 8348195 Array of Aircraft Seats

Electrode-less Incandescent Bulb

United States Patent No. 8,241,082 for an Electrode-less Incandescent Bulb

Ceravision Limited is a private UK-based company leading the world through the development of High Efficiency Plasma (HEP) technology. This technology delivers significant energy savings, unrivalled reliability, increased intelligent lighting controls and superb color quality.

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US Pat No. 8241082 Electrode Less Incandescent Bulb

Cylindrical Bi-planar Gradient Coil for MRI

United States Patent No. 8,203,341 for a Cylindrical Bi-Planar Gradient Coil for MRI

XBO Medical Systems Co., Ltd. was formed in April 2010. XBO is dedicated to innovating and manufacturing permanent MRI technologies and systems. XBO has built its strength in permanent MRI magnet, gradient and system technologies and utilizes these technologies in its products.

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US Pat No. 8203341 Cylindrical Bi Planar Gradient Coil for MRI (1)