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The Trademark Trial and Appeal Board (TTAB) has ruled that a trademark application for the word ‘Montussan’ can proceed because it is the name of an “obscure location” in France unknown to US consumers.
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TTAB; ‘Montussan’; trademark; geographically descriptive; Bordeaux