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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
 
The battle of two online shops: Verkkokauppa.com v Veneilijanverkkokauppa
Tags: Finland, infringement, internet, distinctiveness
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 26/05/2016 @ 10.13
 
BGH decides in Bounty 3D trade mark enforcement case
Tags: 3D trade mark, acquried distinctiveness, survey
Posted By: Birgit Clark
Posted on 18/03/2016 @ 11.10
 
Germany: BGH confirms work title protection for smartphone-apps
Tags: work title, German trade marks, BGH, acquired distinctiveness
Posted By: Birgit Clark
Posted on 04/02/2016 @ 13.46
 
Nestlé loses KitKat appeal, but there may be more to come
Tags: KitKat, 3D shape, distinctiveness, registrability
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 20/01/2016 @ 15.16
 
General Court: LEGO mini-figures win
Tags: General Court, LEGO, shape marks, 3D marks, mini-figures, figurines, distinctiveness, technical function, technical result
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 18/06/2015 @ 09.19
 
AG Whathelet does not let KIT KAT
Tags: CEU, Advocate General, Whathelet, Nestle, KIT KAT, break, absolute grounds, distinctivenes, techincal function, technical result, shape of a product, shape mark, three dimensional mark, acquired distinctiveness,
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 12/06/2015 @ 11.09
 
PAINT PRO: is it distinctive in Finland?
Tags: Finland, international registration, distinctiveness
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 08/06/2015 @ 09.24
 
'Smart' move!? General Court rejects Volkswagen's 'extra' word mark
Tags: Absolute ground, distinctiveness, laudatory formula, slogan, extra
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 05/05/2015 @ 08.41
 
National costume distinctive as folklore though not as trade mark for local sweets
Tags: Benelux, BOIP, opposition, confusion, distinctiveness, sweets
Posted By: Gino Van Roeyen
Posted on 24/02/2015 @ 07.58