Taking the middle ground on genuine use – the advocate general has her say
In January 2010 a ruling of the Benelux Office of Intellectual Property threw the debate over what constitutes genuine use of a mark in the European Union onto centre stage. Now Advocate General Sharpston has issued her opinion on the issue, taking the position that use of a CTM in one member state can constitute genuine use in the Community – but not necessarily.
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