General Court: imperfect recollection of earlier mark imputes likelihood of confusion, even for specialised and highly attentive public

European Union

In Asahi Intec Co Ltd v EUIPO, the EU General Court has held that, although the specialist public would pay a high level of attention to the marks, the doctrine of imperfect recollection meant that a risk of a likelihood of confusion could not be ruled out.

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