Does the ‘part included in the whole’ principle apply to services under Class 35?
The Court of Appeal recently issued a decision stating that although a trademark application for retail services of certain goods in Class 35 was similar to a senior trademark, the application could not be rejected on the grounds of confusing similarity unless the owner of the senior trademark proved that it was genuinely used on retail services for the concerned goods.
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