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General Court: Cor v El Corte Ingles
Tags: General court, likelihood of confusion, cadena cor, corte ingles, cor
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 07/11/2011 @ 17.58
 
Poland: there are no precedents, but...
Tags: generic sign, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, Polish Administrative Proceedings Code, Polish Constitution, Polish Patent Office, trade mark refusal, Voivodeship Administrative Court,
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 04/11/2011 @ 15.00
 
General Court: saddle up for one confusing 'cavalo' ride
Tags: general court, likelihood of confusion, horse couture, horse, portuguese consumer
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 03/11/2011 @ 11.14
 
General Court: Polypipe but monomark
Tags: general court, likelihood of confusion, polypipe
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 02/11/2011 @ 17.26
 
General Court: Back in the U.S.S.R
Tags: General court, USSR, absolute grounds, public policy, freedom of expression
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 28/10/2011 @ 17.47
 
General Court: All for SEVEN- SEVEN FOR ALL MANKIND
Tags: general court, likelihood of confusion, seven, seven for all makind
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 26/10/2011 @ 11.52
 
General Court: who can see more clearly now?
Tags: general court, likelihood of confusion, see more, cmore
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 25/10/2011 @ 18.03
 
Poland: well-known trade marks
Tags: bad faith, firm, personal rights or interests, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, trade mark opposition, Voivodeship Administrative Court, well known trade marks
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 24/10/2011 @ 09.04
 
La Sonrisa de Carmen y Bloom Clothes v OHMI
Tags: General court, likelihood of confusion, bloom clothes, bloom
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 21/10/2011 @ 10.02
 
Freixenet, SA v OHIM: Salut! Txin txin!
Tags: Court of Justice EU, freixenet, 3-D mark, CTM, bottle, distinctive character
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 20/10/2011 @ 17.38