United States Patent and Trademark Office OG Notices: 22 October 2002

                              Notice of Exclusion

   Charles C. Corbin, of Denver, CO, Registration Number 28,364.
An Administrative Law Judge entered an initial decision on default
dated August 1, 2002, ordering Corbin be excluded for violation of 37
CFR   10.23(b)(4) (conduct involving dishonesty fraud, deceit or
misrepresentation),   10.23(b)(5) (conduct prejudicial to the
administration of justice),   10.23(b)(6) (fitness to practice),
10.77(c) (neglect),   10.84(a)(1) (failing to seek a client's lawful
objectives), and   10.84(a)(3) (prejudicing or damaging a client)
arising from practice before the Office in trademark cases while not a
member in good standing of the bar of the highest court of any state.
No appeal has been filed. Failure to appeal is deemed to be both
acceptance by Corbin of the initial decision and waiver of the right to
further administrative or judicial review. 37 CFR   10.155(d). Corbin
has been excluded, as of Saturday, August 31, 2002, from practice
before the United States Patent and Trademark Office in patent,
trademark, and other non-patent law. This action is taken pursuant to
35 U.S.C.   32, and 37 CFR    10.155(d), and 10.159(b).

   On behalf of James E. Rogan
   Under Secretary of Commerce For Intellectual Property and
   Director of the United States Patent and Trademark Office

September 23, 2002                                          JAMES A. TOUPIN
                                                            General Counsel
                                  United States Patent and Trademark Office