ECJ rules on extended protection for CTMs with reputation
In Iron & Smith v Unilever (Case C-125/14), the ECJ has ruled that a Community trademark which has acquired a reputation in a substantial part of the European Union may, in certain circumstances, benefit from the extended protection conferred on such marks in a member state where the mark does not have a reputation.
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