Trademark litigation: A good use of time
Preliminary injunctions are a quick and effective way to enforce registered trade marks. Dr Frank Schorr and Nils Bürglen of Diehl & Partner tell why
Filing an opposition with the competent Patent Office seeking cancellation of a younger, possibly confusing, trade mark is a cost-effective way of enforcing registered trade marks. In opposition proceedings the Office considers the likelihood of confusion between the opposing trade...
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