Managing IP’s guide to the IP Translator case
Officials from OHIM and national IP offices are heading to Luxembourg to urge 13 judges from Europe’s highest court to rule in their favour in a case relating to class headings. Managing IP explains the dispute
Two years ago the body that represents patent attorneys in the UK (CIPA) applied to register IP Translator as a trade mark in class 41 of the Nice Classification (“Education; providing of training; entertainment; sporting and cultural activities”).
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