IP Translator hearing: what the parties said
Lawyers representing the UK, Denmark, Germany, Ireland and France lined up this week to tell the Court of Justice why OHIM should change its practice on class headings and how it affects trade mark owners
They were taking part in oral hearings in a dispute over the registrability of the trade mark IP Translator in class 41.
Two years ago, CIPA applied to register the term as a UK trade mark. In its application it...
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