Strict conformity between signs as used and as registered unnecessary
The EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) Board of Appeal recently confirmed the EUIPO Cancellation Division decision that, when examining the use of an earlier registration for the purpose the EU Trademark Regulation, the strict conformity between the signs as used and registered is unnecessary provided that the difference is in negligible elements and that these are broadly equivalent.
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