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EUIPO sides with Vogue publishers in TM dispute
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The European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) has won a trademark case, after the EU General Court upheld its decision to reject an appeal against the registration of a mark by a French sports retailer yesterday, October 15.
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EU General Court, EUIPO, trademark registration, clothing, sporting equipment, opposition, distinctive character, phonetic similarity, athletic goods