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Europe – General Court: EUTM revocation action takes the biscuit

(Judgments of 23 October 2017 in Cases T-404/16 and T-418/16 – Galletas Gullón SA (Gullón) v EUIPO) The General Court has recently overturned two EUIPO Board of Appeal decisions which deemed Gullón’s marks as used to be different to their registered 3D trade marks shown below due to differences in the dominant elements. It held

New on LimeGreen IP know-how: EUTM opposition, invalidity & revocation guides following legislative reform

We´ve added guides to European Union Trade Mark procedures to our existing jurisdictional guides on trademark Opposition, Invalidity and Revocation. Who can file such proceedings, where and when? Can proceedings be avoided through amicable settlement? We cover these issues and more taking into account changes which came into effect on 1 October 2017 as a result of the second wave of the Legislative

New on LimeGreen IP Know-how: Trademark opposition, invalidity and revocation guides

We’ve added three new topics to our free LimeGreen IP know-how resource focused on guiding you through trade mark opposition, invalidity and revocation proceedings. Who can file such proceedings, where and when? Can proceedings be avoided through amicable settlement? What about proving use or the risk of groundless threats? The new sections cover these issues and more in the following jurisdictions, with more