General Court finds confusion between KERASHOT and K KERASOL
The General Court has confirmed a likelihood of confusion between the word mark KERASHOT and the earlier mark K KERASOL. While the court’s judgment was reasonably orthodox as regards its assessment of the existence of a likelihood of confusion, it is notable for its two-pronged approach to the conceptual, aural and visual analysis of the signs.
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