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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
 
SLIM SLIMMER SLIMMIX
Tags: Italy, distinctiveness, foreign word, English term, Supreme court, descriptiveness, common use
Posted By: Edith Van den Eede
Posted on 20/02/2015 @ 08.46
 
General Court: 'Deluxe' (fig.) is just a promotional formula
Tags: Deluxe, Absolute Grounds, Advertising Slogans, Distinctiveness, promotional formula
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 19/01/2015 @ 10.04
 
LAKUMIX: Fazer and Panda fight to the "Finnish" over liquorice
Tags: registration, opposition, proof of acquired distinctiveness
Posted By: Jeremy Phillips
Posted on 04/12/2014 @ 15.15
 
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
 
'TEXT-TO-SCREEN' or how to call a tool that converts text to on-screen graphics?
Tags: German Federal Patent Court; Registrability; Distinctiveness; Descriptiveness; Absolute Grounds
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 28/09/2014 @ 23.50
 
General Court: 'Subscribe' not distinctive for goods and services related to computers and books
Tags: General Court, Subscribe, Absolute Grounds, Distinctiveness
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 18/07/2014 @ 17.12
 
No protection of the mark 'HOT' in Germany
Tags: Bundesgerichtshof, BGH, HOT, distinctiveness, interpretation, I ZB 3/13
Posted By: Christian Tenkhoff
Posted on 15/04/2014 @ 15.03
 
Equality in EU TM law: No real passion to perform?
Tags: Passion to perform, OHIM, General Court, T-291/12, T-539/11, equality, human rights, sound administration, slogan, absolute grounds for refusal, distinctiveness
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 01/04/2014 @ 07.56
 
German Federal Patent Court: Gustav Mahler – Röschen
Tags: distinctiveness, Germany, BPatG, German Federal Patent Court, merchandise
Posted By: Birgit Clark
Posted on 28/02/2014 @ 08.59