FAKE DUCK v SAVE THE DUCK: it takes two separate tests to assess the likelihood of confusion

European Union

In EUIPO v Equivalenza, the Court of Justice of the European Union had underlined that the assessment of the similarity between two signs and that of the likelihood of confusion are two clearly distinguishable tests. This recent decision of the General Court provides a good example of how to carry out these tests.

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