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WEDNESDAY, 24 FEBRUARY 2010
Keepin' up with the Joneses
As OHIM informs us, yesterday, the General Court affirmed an earlier Board of Appeal's decision that "James Jones" is confusingly similar to "JACK & JONES", in connection with clothing in Class 25. (case T-11/09). Though not a surprising judgment, one cannot help but notice the good number of Joneses, namely CTMS ending with the word "Jones" in class 25 (and other classes as well).
Posted by: Nikos Prentoulis @ 16.05
General court, T-11/09, opposition, likelihood of confusion, jones, crowded field argument,
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