CODY’S v CODE-X: General Court considers visual and aural perception of marks in beverages sector
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There was no evidence to suggest that the relevant public would buy the goods at issue in conditions such that the phonetic similarity between the marks would carry more weight than the visual or conceptual similarity in the assessment of the likelihood of confusion.
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