Chicago Mercantile Exchange v Intercontinental Exchange: exclusively descriptive names are not registrable trademarks
A recent decision of the IP Office of Singapore in invalidity proceedings illustrates that, even if a party is the sole provider of a particular product or service, it does not automatically acquire the right to register the mark covering that product or service.
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