Duck fight: when reputation comes to the rescue of the ‘risk of confusion’ assessment
In opposition proceedings involving two figurative marks including the representation of a duck, the General Court has confirmed that there was a risk that the mark applied for would derive undue benefit from the reputation of the earlier mark.
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