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April 29, 2011

Similar Mark May Be Registered if Goods Are Different

World Trademark Review

The Board of Trademarks has clarified that, even if a trademark is visually and phonetically similar to an earlier registered trademark, the later mark can be registered if the respective goods are of a different nature. This article describes the COOLON versus COLON (and design) case.

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