The Irish Patents Office is the latest national IP office to publish a notice on its interpretation of the Delphic decision of the Court of Justice of the European Union (ECJ) in IP TRANSLATOR (Case C-307/10).  The office considers that the answer to the first question in the decision - namely, that the goods and services must be identified with sufficient clarity and...

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