I wonder if this is a Wunderbaum

Wednesday, 24 January 2007

The Court of First Instance, dismissing a Community trade mark  applicant’s appeal against the decision to allow an opposition in part, affirms that the public’s recognition of the opponent’s earlier Community trade mark may be assessed in relation to the degree of recognition achieved by that mark through its close similarity to an earlier national registered trade mark belonging to the opponent. 

Please click on the attachment to download the full text of the article which was written by Gino van Roeyen.

Published in magazine Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, 2007 24 January 2007