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Switzerland: if there is a plus in your mark, it's a negative
Tags: Switzerland, absolute grounds of refusal, geographical indications
Posted By: Mark Schweizer
Posted on 16/11/2016 @ 09.12
 
May I have a CAFFE NERO in General Court?
Tags: caffe nero, general court, absolute grounds, descriptive, italy, coffee
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 15/11/2016 @ 21.57
 
General Court: body-builder silhouette rejected as EU mark
Tags: General Court, absolute grounds, body-builder
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 03/11/2016 @ 18.04
 
Greece: Is EASY distinctive for coffee and tea?
Tags: Greece, Greek TM Office, EASY, relative grounds for refusal, likelihood of confusion, absolute grounds for refusal, distinctiveness
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 15/09/2016 @ 01.52
 
General Court: ConnectedWork fails on absolute grounds
Tags: ConnectedWor, General court, absolute grounds
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 11/08/2016 @ 19.34
 
General Court: Suedtirol must be kept free for all
Tags: Suedtirol, general court, absolute grounds, geographical indication
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 05/08/2016 @ 18.12
 
General Court: candy shape lacks distinctive character
Tags: General Court, absolute grounds, 3D, Bimbo
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 12/06/2016 @ 22.04
 
3-D marks and functionality: Game over for the Rubik's Cube?
Tags: Functionality; 3-D; Shape; CJEU; Absolute Grounds; Rubik's Cube; AG; Seven Towns
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 07/06/2016 @ 19.46
 
Switzerland: another 3D mark down the hole(s)
Tags: Switzerland, absolute grounds of refusal, positional mark
Posted By: Mark Schweizer
Posted on 30/05/2016 @ 14.56
 
Switzerland: red sole decorative, not distinctive
Tags: Switzerland, absolute grounds of refusal, positional mark
Posted By: Mark Schweizer
Posted on 23/05/2016 @ 16.24