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An EU court has quashed a ruling by an EU Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO)’s board of appeal, finding that it had erred in its analysis of a trademark’s potential to cause consumer confusion.
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EUIPO, EU general court, Metamorfoza d.o.o, trademarks, Tiesios kreivės