Showing posts with tag distinctiveness.
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Poland: functionality and technical features of 3D signs
Tags: 3D trade mark, acquired distinctiveness, non-traditional trade marks, Polish Patent Office, trade mark invalidation, trade mark lapse
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 10/12/2012 @ 08.45
Smileys Cannot be Trademarks in Finland
Tags: smileys non-distinctive distinctiveness Finland
Posted By: Markku Tuominen
Posted on 01/10/2012 @ 05.51
Germany: Jet and Helicopter as colored 3D trade marks
Tags: Germany, 3D trade mark, distinctiveness
Posted By: Robert Börner
Posted on 21/03/2012 @ 10.11
OHIM Boards of Appeal: Examiner caught in the net
Tags: OHIM Boards of Appeal; three dimension trademarks; logo; distinctiveness
Posted By: Benedetta Cordovado
Posted on 31/01/2012 @ 22.25
Poland: Internet domains as trade marks
Tags: absolute grounds for refusal, acquired distinctiveness, descriptive character, distinctive character, domain names, Polish TLDs, trade mark refusal, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 23/11/2011 @ 16.16
No comfort for Dorma as Doorsa mark survives the challenge
Tags: CTM appeal, similarity of marks, distinctiveness
Posted By: Blog Administrator
Posted on 17/11/2011 @ 23.05
Germany: I might be moved by a movie but IMOVIE is not iMOVE
Tags: Germany, similarity of signs, distinctiveness
Posted By: Robert Börner
Posted on 19/10/2011 @ 10.28
German Federal Patent Court: 'Deutsches Institut für Menschenrechte'
Tags: German Federal Patent Court, distinctiveness
Posted By: Birgit Clark
Posted on 23/08/2011 @ 07.06
Turn Down The Bass
Tags: Netherlands, slogan, distinctiveness, generic
Posted By: Gino Van Roeyen
Posted on 20/07/2011 @ 21.02
Germany: iNanny not registerable as a word sign
Tags: Germany, distinctiveness, word sign
Posted By: Robert Börner
Posted on 20/06/2011 @ 10.43