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THURSDAY, 26 FEBRUARY 2015
Greece: Acropolis lacks distinctive character for Class 33 products
In decisions issued today, the Greek TM Office rejected two compound marks, consisting of the word indication ACROPOLIS and a representation thereof over lack of distinctiveness for goods in Class 33. This blogger has no objections and feels that the result should probably not impress or surprise readers of this blog. However, it appears that "ACROPOLIS rent a car" for, yes, Class 39 services, was distinctive enough back in 2002. This may raise an eyebrow (or two). Anyway, just an excuse to post a pic of this beautiful monument!
Posted by: Nikos Prentoulis @ 13.03
Greece, absolute grounds, distinctive character, Acropolis, spirits,
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