Companies with weakly distinctive marks must accept that competitors may use similar signs
This decision of the EU General Court demonstrates that, although a company is free to choose a mark with a low degree of distinctiveness, it must accept that competitors are equally entitled to use marks with similar or identical descriptive components.
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