EUIPO triumphs in trademark battle at EU General Court
EU General Court annuls EUIPO decision in trademark dispute
The EU Intellectual Property Office’s (EUIPO) board of appeal erred by failing to accept a trademark attorney’s declaration that he missed a deadline due to a severe illness, the third chamber of the EU General Court ruled yesterday, December 16.
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