CJEU could force EUIPO to rethink offensive trademarks policy: lawyers
An advocate general’s opinion that the EUIPO erred when refusing the “offensive” trademark ‘Fack Ju Göhte’ could force the office to review its procedures, lawyers predict
The Court of Justice of the EU (CJEU) may force the EUIPO to review its approach to assessing potentially offensive trademarks if it accepts an opinion handed down by an advocate general (AG), lawyers have told Managing IP.
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