HELIOS v HEALIOS: General Court considers likelihood of confusion in the medical field
This decision of the General Court highlights that, when it comes to goods and services with a medical purpose, it might not be sufficient to argue that their ultimate purpose can overlap with their medical application in order to establish similarity.
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