Showing posts with tag Likelihood of confusion.
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General Court: KICO v KIKA
Tags: General Court, likelihood of confusion, KICO, KIKA
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 17/01/2012 @ 17.43
 
General Court: Ragolizia v FAVOLIZIA
Tags: General Court, likelihood of confusion, ragolizia, favolizia
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 14/01/2012 @ 16.40
 
The shoemaker son always goes barefoot
Tags: likelihood of confusion, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, similarity of goods, similarity of signs, trade mark opposition, Polish Patent Office
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 21/12/2011 @ 09.43
 
General Court: the return of the King
Tags: General Court, likelihood of confusion, curry, king, schinken
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 14/12/2011 @ 11.04
 
Alpine in General Court: don't get confused on your winter holidays
Tags: General court, likelihood of confusion, alpine
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 12/12/2011 @ 16.00
 
Only Givenchy, Exclusively in General Court
Tags: General court, likelihood of confusion, only, only givenchy
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 09/12/2011 @ 17.40
 
Poland: KETONAL v. KETOGEL
Tags: likelihood of confusion, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, similarity of goods, similarity of signs, trade mark opposition, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 05/12/2011 @ 15.40
 
General Court: SE Sports Equipment v SE so easy
Tags: General Court, likelihood of confusion, SE sports equipment, SE so easy
Posted By: Laetitia Lagarde
Posted on 01/12/2011 @ 16.23
 
All POWER(BALL) to the CTM applicant
Tags: general court, annulment action, unregistered right, powerball, likelihood of confusion, rules of procedure, art 44(1)(c) rules of procedure general court, admissibility
Posted By: Edith Van den Eede
Posted on 25/11/2011 @ 10.27
 
Trying to ride the Bufalo
Tags: general court, likelihood of confusion, buffalo, bufalo, belated documents, discretion Boards of appeal, OHIM, evidence, genuine use
Posted By: Edith Van den Eede
Posted on 25/11/2011 @ 10.02