Eveready fails to establish genuine use for EDGE
The General Court has rejected an appeal against the EU Intellectual Property Office Board of Appeal’s decision that genuine use of the mark EDGE had not been established, reiterating the fact that proof of use has to be recorded and that checking evidence of use should be part of due diligence in an acquisition process.
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