The CFI has issued two rulings in seemingly analogous cases dealing
with the likelihood of confusion in marks composed of a forename and a surname.
In the first case, the CFI held that ENZO FUSCO and ANTONIO FUSCO were confusingly
similar, while in the second it ruled that SISSI ROSSI and MISS ROSSI were not
confusingly similar. However, the distinguishable facts of the cases justify
these opposite conclusions.