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FRIDAY, 3 MAY 2013
IP TRANSLATOR: CIPA appeal allowed
The transcript of Appointed Person Geoffrey Hobbs QC's decision in the national proceedings involving the application to register the words IP TRANSLATOR as a United Kingdom trade mark for the services that constituted the class headings for Class 41 -- for which 'translations' are a sub-heading --has just become available here. The appeal has been allowed and the judge doubted the approach taken to the Court of Justice ruling in Case 307/10 by the General Court in Case T‑66/11, Present‑Service Ullrich GmbH & Co. KG v OHIM, Punt-Nou SL.
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