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MONDAY, 28 APRIL 2008
Coexistence agreements and the Omega case
The May 2008 issue of the European Intellectual Property Review (published monthly by Sweet & Maxwell) carries one feature that will be of particular interest to European trade mark lawyers. Greek attorney Nikos Prentoulis (Georgouleas, Davrados & Prentoulis, Athens) has written a case note on the Court of First Instance ruling in Case T-90/2005 Omega SA v OHIM -- a decision in which the Court took a very suspicious view of a coexistence agreement, which it considered "irrelevant" to the issue of likelihood of confusion.
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