ACTAZIN v ACTIPHEN: a tale of two cities or in the ear of the beholder
The Court of Appeal of New Zealand has confirmed that concurrent use of the marks ACTAZIN and ACTIPHEN was likely to cause confusion. In contrast, the Australian Trademarks Office had found that the marks were not deceptively similar.
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