Prudence advised in appeals to the Trademarks Opposition Board
A recent case has shown that if a party gives its best evidence in an opposition, it should be cautious about considering an appeal unless either the Trademarks Opposition Board has made a material error in fact when making its decision or pertinent new evidence has become available.
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