ECJ decides on essential function of a collective EU mark
In The Tea Board v the EU Intellectual Property Office the European Court of Justice held that the essential function of an EU collective mark is to distinguish the goods or services of the members of the association which own the mark from those of other undertakings, and not to distinguish those goods according to their geographical origin.
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