"Roses" and "fruits and garden herbs" found to be different, despite falling within the same class
In Hernández Zamora SA v EUIPO, the General Court has confirmed that there was no likelihood of confusion between the word mark PALOMA for "roses and rose plants; propagation material of roses" in Class 31 and the earlier figurative mark PALOMA for "fruits, garden herbs, fresh”, also in Class 31. The judgment provides a clear example of how goods may fall within the same class and yet be different.
To read more
Register for limited access
Register to receive our newsletter and gain limited access to subscriber content.
Subscribe to unlock unlimited access
Get news, unique commentary, expert analysis and essential resources from the WTR experts.
Already have access? Login below
Copyright © Law Business ResearchCompany Number: 03281866 VAT: GB 160 7529 10