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Top Finnish Court rules on bad faith as an absolute ground for refusal
Tags: Finland, bad faith,
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Posted on 27/11/2017 @ 10.46
 
Abloy: Finnish trade mark ruling on the shape of goods
Tags: Finland, shape marks
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Posted on 30/08/2017 @ 17.22
 
Half-price! Likelihood of confusion between two
Tags: Finland, likelihood of confusion
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Posted on 21/11/2016 @ 01.32
 
Sealed! Finnish Market Court rules in trade mark and unfair business practice case on figurative seal mark
Tags: Finland, figurative seal marks
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Posted on 23/10/2016 @ 06.58
 
The battle of two online shops: Verkkokauppa.com v Veneilijanverkkokauppa
Tags: Finland, infringement, internet, distinctiveness
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Posted on 26/05/2016 @ 10.13
 
'WOODCRACKER' not in dictionary, so distinctive for machines
Tags: Finland, registrability, descriptive mark, distinctive mark, dictionary meaning
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Posted on 04/04/2016 @ 00.10
 
Tax, tax, tax: Finnish Supreme Administrative Court rules on gift tax on trade marks
Tags: Finland, tax, gift tax, inheritance
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Posted on 03/04/2016 @ 12.04
 
PROBANKA v PROBANK: opposition in Finland
Tags: Finland, opposition
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Posted on 10/11/2015 @ 01.50
 
Finnish double meanings: a headache for examiners and judges?
Tags: Finland, registrability, ambiguous words
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Posted on 26/08/2015 @ 18.45
 
Playing with numbers in Finland: Market Court finds 1953 distinctive
Tags: Finland, registrability, international registration, numerals
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Posted on 07/08/2015 @ 15.45