The case of Eveready Battery Company v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (T-824/14, October 18 2016) goes back to May 2010 when several persons tried to file the semi-figurative mark POWER EDGE in Classes 3 and 8. This was opposed by SC Johnson & Johnson in Classes 3 and 8 for razors on the basis of its mark EDGE. The mark was then transferred to the company Eveready...

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