||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 13 (May)
||General Court of the European Union (Eighth Chamber)
Judges Truchot (President), Martins Ribeiro and Kanninen (Rapporteur)
||4 April 2011
European Community - Trade marks - Community trade mark - Application for community trade mark being declined - Mark applied for causing likelihood of confusion between mark and previously registered mark - Applicant appealing - Whether Board of Appeal of respondent erring in finding likelihood of confusion - Council Regulation (EC) 40/94, art 8(1)(b).
European Community Trade marks. The General Court of the European Union held that the applicant had not shown that there was a likelihood of confusion in the minds of the public between the Community mark for which it had applied (ACNO FOCUS) and the existing mark of the intervenor (FOCUS).
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