WELL AND WELL v WELLBE: assessment of the likelihood of confusion based on the relevant public’s understanding of the marks
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The word element ‘well’, as regards the part of the relevant public which understands its meaning in English, has a low degree of distinctiveness for goods/services which are connected to a person’s physical wellbeing.
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