Showing posts with tag distinctiveness.
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Germany: Die grüne Post ./. Die grüne Post (with device)
Tags: lack of distinctiveness, dominant element of device mark
Posted By: Robert Börner
Posted on 04/05/2011 @ 08.32
 
Poland: secondary meaning and distinctiveness - the saga continues
Tags: The Polish Patent Office, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, Voivodeship Administrative Court, acquired distinctiveness, secondary meaning, Supreme Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 14/04/2011 @ 12.09
 
With a little bit of imagination...
Tags: German Federal Patent Court , Distinctiveness, ornament
Posted By: Robert Börner
Posted on 09/03/2011 @ 15.30
 
OHIM Boards of Appeal and the letter "W"
Tags: OHIM Boards of Appeal, distinctiveness of a one letter trademark, likelihood of confusion
Posted By: Benedetta Cordovado
Posted on 08/03/2011 @ 18.00
 
German Federal Patent Court: "Die Alliierten" (in English: the allies)
Tags: Bundespatentgericht, distinctiveness
Posted By: Birgit Clark
Posted on 19/01/2011 @ 13.09
 
Poland: secondary meaning and distinctiveness
Tags: The Polish Patent Office, Polish Act on Industrial Property Law, Voivodeship Administrative Court, acquired distinctiveness, secondary meaning
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 19/07/2010 @ 15.57
 
Poland: strong, weak, distinctive trade marks for alcohol products
Tags: Polish Supreme Administrative Court, Voivodeship Administrative Court, acquired distinctiveness, distinctive character, trademark law
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 02/07/2010 @ 18.08
 
Poland: sausages' secondary meaning
Tags: acquired distinctiveness, Polish courts, Polish Patent Office, secondary meaning, Voivodeship Administrative Court
Posted By: Tomasz Rychlicki
Posted on 01/06/2010 @ 12.21
 
John Deere prevails before CFI with colour combination mark
Tags: CFI, color mark, CTM, absolute grounds for refusal, acquired distinctiveness
Posted By: Mark Schweizer
Posted on 28/10/2009 @ 10.26
 
Greek Supreme Court affirms toothpaste design is not distinctive
Tags: Greece, Council of State, supreme court, lack of distinctiveness, crowded field
Posted By: Nikos Prentoulis
Posted on 26/10/2009 @ 13.23