General Court: 'apparatus for reproduction of sound and images' not sufficiently precise and narrow
In Sony Interactive Entertainment Europe v European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) (Case T-879/16), the General Court has considered whether the definition of the term 'apparatus for the reproduction of sound and images' was sufficiently precise and narrow, and whether proof of use had been adduced for such goods.
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