Apple switches strategy in Brazilian iPhone trademark dispute
Apple’s application for the trademark IPHONE will be rejected by Brazil’s National Institute of Industrial Property next week because prior rights in the name are already held by another company, according to reports. In anticipation of the decision, the US company has filed for cancellation of the existing mark at a federal court in Rio de Janeiro, arguing that ‘iPhone’ is an expressive term.
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