EU General Court upholds Chanel’s claims of infringement
A recent judgment by the EU General Court in Chanel SAS v EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (Case T-57/16) tackles much more than the mere question of whether the EUIPO had misinterpreted the concepts of novelty and individual character and therefore the validity of the registered Community design (RCD) shown below.
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