IP Translator: AG says OHIM is wrong on class headings
The Advocate General at Europe’s highest court has said today that OHIM’s class-heading-covers-all approach to applications does not provide the clarity required for registering trade marks
He was giving his opinion in the IP Translator case, referred to the Court of Justice by the UK IP Office last year. The Court has been asked to resolve a conflict between the approaches followed by OHIM and a...
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