Little-known mountain cannot be geographical indication of Swiss origin 30 Apr 15
The Swiss Federal Administrative Court has reversed a decision of the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property (IGE) in which the latter had refused to register the sign STRELA as a trademark for non-Swiss goods on the grounds that the mountain Strela was an indirect geographical indication for the whole of Switzerland (Case B-5024/2013, February 18 2015).
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