No BIG DEAL? Supreme Court confirms likelihood of confusion between marks as used
In a motion for leave to appeal from a district court judgment, the Israeli Supreme Court has upheld the district court’s finding of a likelihood of confusion between the trademark BIG DEAL (registered as a word mark), used by the opponent with respect to a retail business, and the trademark BIG DEAL (stylised), used by the applicant to offer merchandise for sale over the Internet.
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