General Court: phonetic differences between marks for beer sufficient to rule out likelihood of confusion, even where goods are ordered orally
The EU General Court has held that the phonetic differences between marks for beer were sufficient to rule out a likelihood of confusion, despite the noisy environment in which the ordering of the product may take place.
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