In Mitrakos v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (Case T-15/17), the General Court has upheld the refusal to register the figurative mark YAMAS for alcoholic drinks on the grounds that there was a likelihood of confusion with the earlier trademark LLAMA for the same goods, due to the high phonetic similarity between the two marks.

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