General Court decides no likelihood of confusion in mint stand-off
In Perfetti van Melle Benelux BV v Office for Harmonisation in the Internal Market (OHIM) (Case T-491/13, December 16 2015), the General Court dismissed the applicant’s action against registration of the intervener’s word mark TRIDENT PURE. According to the General Court, there was no likelihood of confusion.
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