On February 9, 2015, the Italian Supreme Court issued a decision in a case involving a word mark in the English language. The mark in question, ‘Slimmix’, was registered by the Italian company Medicinali e Cosmetici (MEC) in respect of dietary supplements having a slimming function.
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Julia Holden, Antonio Salvidio, Trevisan & Cuonzo, word mark, trademark, Baif, MEC,