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Greece: Acropolis lacks distinctive character for Class 33 products
Tags: Greece, absolute grounds, distinctive character, Acropolis, spirits
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 26/02/2015 @ 13.03
 
SMARTER SCHEDULING rejected by General Court
Tags: General court, absolute grounds, smarter, scheduling, lack of distinctive character
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 09/02/2015 @ 15.34
 
FOOD IS NOT GORGEOUS
Tags: Italy, distinctiveness, distinctive character; english terms in Italy, unregistered trade mark, de facto trade mark
Posted By: Edith Van den Eede
Posted on 27/11/2014 @ 18.41
 
Germany: (No) Lust for Colour!
Tags: BPatG; Absolute Grounds; Distinctive Character; Lust for Colour
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 17/10/2014 @ 10.56
 
Delphi appeals to Europe's oracle
Tags: CJEU, appeal, distinctive character
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 31/10/2013 @ 09.09
 
The saga of Der Grüne Punkt's trade marks
Tags: distinctive character, genuine use, legal interest, trade mark lapse, trade mark use, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 24/01/2013 @ 09.03
 
Deliberations on distinctiveness
Tags: descriptive character, trade mark refusal, distinctive character, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 03/08/2012 @ 11.17
 
Poland: simple section signs
Tags: distinctive character, company name, personal rights or interests, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, Polish Patent Office, trade mark refusal, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 18/07/2012 @ 08.47
 
Poland: comparison of bottles
Tags: distinctive character, non-traditional trade marks, Polish courts, Polish law, product packaging, reputed trade marks, similarity of signs, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 29/05/2012 @ 10.21
 
Lindt chocolate bunny shape correctly ruled unregistrable, says court
Tags: Community trade mark, registrability, distinctive character
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 25/05/2012 @ 14.45