An opposition to an application by Nike Innovate CV (Nike) to register the mark JUMPMAN has been upheld. While the opponent was unable to prove use of its EU trademark registration for JUMP in Ireland and could show only very limited use in the European Union, the hearing officer acting for the controller held that this did not prevent a successful opposition to the mark.

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