No likelihood of confusion between chevron marks
In Brooks Sports, Inc v Anta (China) Co, Ltd, the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board found that there was no likelihood of confusion between Brooks Sports’ trademarks and Anta (China)’s design mark due to the fact that there were prominent differences between their commercial impressions. It held that the common usage of chevron designs on relevant goods means that the design is not a strong source identifier.
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