Common sense prevails - good news for brands incorporating INN stems 14 Dec 12
A recent decision from the Australian Trademarks Office may signal a welcome change in practice as regards trademark applications for marks incorporating international non-proprietary name (INN) stems in Class 5. Brand owners facing objections on this basis should review the decision and their portfolio, and consider taking steps to progress their own applications.
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