General Court: genuine use may be established if mark as used differs from mark as registered only in insignificant respects
The decision of the EU General Court in mobile.de v EUIPO highlights that a mark owner may, in the commercial exploitation of the sign, make variations which, without altering its distinctive character, enable it to be better adapted to the requirements of the goods or services concerned.
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