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OHIM: Board of Appeal taking it to LEVEL 3
Tags: OHIM, Board of Appeal, BoA, distinctiveness, descriptiveness, absolute grounds, level, level 3, precedents, OHIM practice
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 27/02/2014 @ 15.34
 
ITALY: LATIN HICCOUGHS
Tags: Italy, Court, latin place name, geographical name, deceptiveness, descriptiveness, trade mark
Posted By: Edith Van den Eede
Posted on 12/02/2014 @ 09.48
 
Greece: What two smartly displayed letters can do for a trademark application
Tags: Greece, Greek TM Office, trendy watch, absolute grounds, descriptiveness, distinctiveness
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 20/01/2014 @ 12.19
 
Greece: Consumers know their Italian when it comes to wine and spirits
Tags: Greece, TM Office, absolute grounds, wine, spirits, vino, vino rosso, vino bianco, vino rosato, distinctiveness, foreign language, italian, spanish, descriptiveness
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 13/01/2014 @ 13.43
 
German Federal Patent Court: Annette von Droste zu Hülshoff Stiftung
Tags: Well-known person, German Federal Patent Court, cultural heritage, distinctiveness, descriptiveness
Posted By: Birgit Clark
Posted on 08/09/2013 @ 19.47
 
Not all that is called "BIO" is perceived as "BIO"
Tags: German Federal Patent Court, BPatG, BIONSEN, BIOPHEN, confusion, descriptive, descriptiveness
Posted By: Anthonia Ghalamkarizadeh
Posted on 23/07/2013 @ 11.28
 
PHOTOS.COM refusal goes on appeal
Tags: CJEU appeal, descriptiveness, evidence
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 10/04/2013 @ 17.28
 
OHIM Boards of Appeal: a descriptive collective trademark
Tags: OHIM Boards of Appeal, collective trademarks, absolute grounds of refusal, descriptiveness
Posted By: Benedetta Cordovado
Posted on 30/06/2011 @ 22.24
 
Coffee soup? Srsly?
Tags: Switzerland, absolute grounds of refusal, descriptiveness
Posted By: Mark Schweizer
Posted on 16/08/2010 @ 12.40
 
INTELLIGENT SENSOR: a borderline rejection
Tags: descriptiveness, distinctive character
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 18/06/2010 @ 15.03