General Court finds NEORAL and NIMORAL confusingly similar 08 May 17
On April 6 2017 the General Court rendered its judgment in NIMORAL (Case T-49/16). The case concerned an application by Azanta A/S for the trademark NIMORAL in relation to pharmaceutical preparations for enhancing the effect of radiotherapy on cancer patients in Class 5. The application was opposed by Novartis AG on the basis of the earlier EU trademark NEORAL, also registered in Class 5 in relation to pharmaceutical preparations.
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