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  • Cantina Broglie 1 S.r.l. v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the word mark ‘RIPASSA’ as a CTM for goods in Class 33. An opposition based on the earlier Italian word mark ‘VINO DI RIPASSO’, registered for goods in Class 33, was filed on the grounds of ...

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    Appeal,Community Trademarks

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • NCL Corporation Ltd. v. OHIM

    Theapplicant sought the registration of the CTM Norwegian Getaway for services in Class 39. The Operations Department (OD) held that the mark is descriptive and lacks of distinctive character (Art. 7 (1) (b) and (c) CTMR). The Board of Appeal (BoA...

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    Case analysis

    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Simca Europe Ltd. v. OHIM

    The invalidity applicant requested the declaration of invalidity of the CTM “Simca” (word) for goods in Class 12 based on bad faith (Article 52 (1) (b) CTMR). The Cancellation Division dismissed the action. The Board of Appeal (BoA) re...

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    Case analysis

    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Lardini S.r.l. v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the below three-dimensional mark as a CTM for ‘jackets, coats, overcoats and trenches’ in Class 25. The applicant described the mark as being ‘a stylized three-dimensional flower affixed to the la...

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    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Pedro Group Pte Ltd v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the word mark represented below as a CTM for inter alia all kinds of clothing items in Class 25. An opposition was based, amongst others, on the earlier figurative mark represented below, registered ...

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    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM,Community Trademarks

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Pico Food GmbH v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the figurative mark (in colour) represented below as a CTM for goods within Class 30 (i.a.Candy for food, pastry and confectionery, caramels, pralines, chocolate). An opposition based, amongst others, on the earlie...

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    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM,Community Trademarks

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Oracle America, Inc. v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the word mark AAVA MOBILE as a CTM for goods and services within Classes 9, 38 and 42. An opposition based on the earlier word mark JAVA, registered for goods and services in Classes 9, 35, 37, 38 and 42 was filed ...

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    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM,Community Trademarks

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Debonair Trading Internacional Ldª v OHIM

    An opposition was filed an opposition against CTMA “SÔ: UNIC” on the grounds of Articles 8(1) (b)and 8(4) CTMR. It was based on 24 earlier national or Community marks, all containing the word element “so… ?”, i...

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    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • The Hut.com Ltd & Intersport France v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the verbal sign THE HUT for inter alia class 35 services: “Procurement of goods on behalf of others; retail services in connection with the sale of electronic products, cosmetics products, perfumes, clothing,...

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    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

  • Deutsche Bank AG v OHIM

    The applicant sought to register the word sign PASSION TO PERFORM as a CTM for services in Class 35 (e.g. advertising), 36 (e.g. Insurance, financial affairs), 38 (telecoms), 41 (e.g. education) and 42 (e.g. scientific and tech services). The exam...

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    Case analysis

    Appeal,Appealing Board of OHIM

    Activity Date: 22 Sep 2014

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