25 January 2018Trademarks

AG advises CJEU to reject EUIPO appeal in Puma case

An advocate general (AG) has advised the Court of Justice of the European Union to reject an appeal from the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) in its clash with sportswear company Puma over trademark reputation.

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