OATLY/OAT-LY! v PUREOATY: when the small stuff counts…
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This decision of the Intellectual Property Enterprise Court highlights that, where the common element of the marks at issue is descriptive or has low distinctiveness, even small differences, such as a hyphen or an exclamation mark, will be noticed by consumers.
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