VICTOR/VICTORIA: General Court confirms genuine use of earlier mark and likelihood of confusion
A recent General Court decision is a good example of the examination of genuine use and likelihood of confusion with a focus on genuine use in a form which differs from the mark as registered, as well as on the similarity of goods in the context of likelihood of confusion.
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