Community Trade Mark

Community Trade Mark

YUMEIHO®

Community Trade Mark – EUTM 008701559

European Union Intellectual Property Office

What is a European Union trade mark (EUTM)?

A EUTM is a trade mark valid across the European Union, registered with OHIM in accordance with the provisions of the EUTM Regulations.

Scope and validity
A EUTM is valid in the European Union as a whole. It is not possible to limit the geographic scope of protection to certain Member States.

A EUTM is valid for 10 years and can be renewed indefinitely for periods of ten years.

Level of protection
A EUTM confers on its proprietor an exclusive right to use the trade mark and to prevent third parties to use, without consent, the same or a similar mark for identical or similar goods and/or services as those protected by the EUTM.

After any future enlargement of the European Union, any EUTM registered or applied for will be automatically extended to the new member states without formality or fee.

Enforcing your rights
A EUTM grants its proprietor an exclusive right to prevent unauthorized use of the mark in trade without his/her consent. More specifically, the proprietor is entitled to prevent unauthorized third parties from: putting the registered EUTM onto their goods or packaging; offering goods, putting them on the market or stocking them for commercial purposes using the registered EUTM; offering or supplying services carrying the registered EUTM; importing or exporting goods under it; and using it on business papers and in advertising.

If an unauthorized third party engages in any of these practices, it is guilty of infringing the exclusive right of the proprietor.

The proprietor of a EUTM can act against these infringements by taking measures expressly provided for under the EUTMR in relation to disputes concerning the infringement and validity of EUTMs, and in particular via:

  • Proceedings at the Community trade mark courts established under the EUTMR
  • Filing requests for action with EU customs authorities. This administrative procedure permits proprietors of a EUTM to request the EU customs authorities to retain suspected counterfeit goods while under their control.

More information : http://oami.europa.eu

License and sublicense

Obligations and rights of the Licensee

The Licensee is obliged to:

  1. organize a system of annual verification of therapeutic skills concerning the therapy developed by Mr Saionji Masayuki and marked as therapy YUMEIHO; the Licensee is obliged to inform the Licensor of the dates of such verifications in advance to enable the Licensor to participate in such verifications,
  2. grant a paid sub-licences for the period of 1 year to therapists verified as having obtained at least 3rd degree of the therapy method, with the reservation that such sub-licences may be granted only to those therapists who are holders of official certificates issued by Yumeiho’s Centre in Japan or certificates issued earlier by Mr Saionji Masayuki,
  3. provide the Licensor with written reports on the number of sub-licences granted and verifications conducted within one month after a calendar half year,
  4. make public presentation and presentations in the mass media on the Yumeiho therapeutic method,
  5. inform the Licensor of any cases of using the Mark in the territory of “Here Country”  by third persons, as known to the Licensee,
  6. perform any acts aiming at eliminating the cases of infringement of the right to the Mark by any third parties  with the approval of the Licensor,The Licensee is entitled to determine the fees of sub-licences by himself or herself. Fee is 75 € – 150 € per Year ( depend of country )

Representative info

No more than one representative at each country possible. Representative, after the signing of the relevant contract is officially registered with European Union Intellectual Property Office.

( EUIPO ) and is licensed to the Community trade mark of  „Yumeiho”. The representative may issue sub-licenses to other persons only in their own country.

If you want to be the official representative of the YUMEIHO THERAPY in your country, you have to be a therapist of Yumeiho or be a participant in the course of Yumeiho Therapy.

If you have more questions, then please contact us: [email protected]

Official Yumeiho Teachers

Teacher of Yumeiho Therapy may be the only person with a minimum of 5-th degrees ( 5 Dan of Yumeiho Therapy). Must also sign the relevant teachers contract.

The List of official Yumeiho Therapy teachers and assistants in Europe:

Stoyan Benchev

5 Dan

Bulgaria

[email protected]

Stoyan Benchev
Akos Bogschutz

5 Dan

UK / Hungary

[email protected]

Akos Bogschutz
Thierry Boutin

5 Dan

France

[email protected]

Assistants of Thierry Boutin:

Donghwa Villaret 4 Dan France

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Stefan Bozhilov

6 Dan

Bulgaria

[email protected]

Assistants of Stefan Bozhilov:

Martin Krustev 4 Dan Bulgaria

Daniela Savova 4 Dan Bulgaria

Vladimir Georgiev 4 Dan Bulgaria

Kamen Atanasov 4 Dan Bulgaria

Stefan Bozhilov Sensei
Maciej Dluski

7 Dan

Poland

[email protected]

Assistants of Maciej Dluski:

Konrad Cyprys 4 Dan Poland

Merilin Rohtma 4 Dan Estonia

Romualdas Vinkovskis 4 Dan Lithuania

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Józef Erdélyi

5 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

Jozef
Gábor Galiotti

5 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

Assistants of Gábor Galiotti:

Bakonyiné Prenker Hedvig 4 Dan Hungary

Apostol László 4 Dan Hungary

Hild Pál 4 Dan Hungary

Ali Gökmen Düzgün

5 Dan

Turkey

Katalin Faragó

6 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

Assistants of Katalin Faragó:

Gabriella Kürthi 4 Dan United Kingdom

Emilia Kálmán 4 Dan Hungary

Krisztina Lengyel 4 Dan Hungary

Natália Tóth 4 Dan Hungary

Edit Bérces Zsákai  4 Dan Hungary

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Tibor Horváth

5 Dan

Hungary

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Hristo Hadjikimov

5 Dan

North Macedonia

[email protected]

Assistants of Hristo Hadjikimov:

Marko Spasovski 4 Dan North Macedonia

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Sorin Iga

6 Dan

Romania

[email protected]

Assistants of Sorin Iga:

Alexandru Iga 4 Dan Romania

Camelia Chepetan 4 Dan Romania

Iulian Perpelici 4 Dan Romania

Csilla Koteles 4 Dan Romania

Sandra Lădar 4 Dan Romania

Loredana Topolnițchi 4 Dan Romania

Cosmin Topolnițchi 4 Dan Romania

Alin Burileanu 4 Dan Romania

Stefan Zekany 4 Dan Romania

Dorel Fanaragiu 4 Dan Romania

Anna-Maria Toth 4 Dan Romania

Nicolae Prip 4 Dan Cyprus

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Oleg Khazov

5 Dan

Russia

[email protected]

Assistants of Oleg Khazov:

Maxim Khlevnyuk 4 Dan Russia

Julia Sidorova 4 Dan Russia

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Iva Kolić

5 Dan

Croatia

[email protected]

Iva Kolic
Róbert Lampért

5 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

Assistants of Róbert Lampért:

Zoltán Skultéty 4 Dan Hungary

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Lukszics Ernő

5 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

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Dino Malenica

5 Dan

Croatia

[email protected]

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Cristian Melin

5 Dan

Scotland

[email protected]

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Valentin Mirchev

5 Dan

Bulgaria

[email protected]

Assistants of Valentin Mirchev:

Pavlin Valentinov Mirchev 4 Dan Bulgaria

Asya Rumenova Yosifova 4 Dan Bulgaria

Vasilena Dimova Dimova – Mircheva 4 Dan Bulgaria

Gabriela Kadiyska 4 Dan Bulgaria

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Mihai Mirodone

5 Dan

Romania

[email protected]

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Cãtãlin Mures

5 Dan

Romania

[email protected]

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Roxana Necula

5 Dan

Romania

[email protected]

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Anita Varbanova

5 Dan

Bulgaria

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Vihren Peychev

5 Dan

Bulgaria

[email protected]

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Csaba Pocsai

5 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

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Kalina Radicheva

5 Dan

Bulgaria

[email protected]

Assistants of Kalina Radicheva:

Zhivko Zhivko 4 Dan Bulgaria

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Marian Sarbu

5 Dan

Belgium

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Sandor Szegedi

5 Dan

Hungary

[email protected]

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Yancho Yanev 

5 Dan

Bulgaria

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Emil Yonchev

5 Dan

Bulgaria

[email protected]

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Juriy Yordanov

5 Dan

Bulgaria

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Oleksandr Zinchuk

5 Dan

Ukraine

[email protected]

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