General Court confirms likelihood of confusion due to high similarity between earlier mark and co-dominant element in contested mark
The conclusion that there was a likelihood of confusion in the minds of the relevant public was further reinforced by the fact that the relevant public may perceive the contested sign as an ‘umbrella’ mark.
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