The judgment of the Court of First Instance in Case T-115/03 Samar v OHIM (Grotto), has been posted on the European Court of Justice website today. Unfortunately, this exciting decision -- involving an application to register the word mark GAS STATION and what looks like an opposition involving a figurative mark containing the words BLUE JEANS GAS, is available in just eight of the 20 official languages.
Meanwhile the IPKat's translation watch sadly recalls the unfortunately-named Case T-348/02 Quick v OHIM, which is available in only five languages despite having been decided on 27 November 2003. A more promising case is Case T-399/02 Eurocermex v OHIM, decided on 29 April 2004 and already available in six languages.
Slow things here, here, here, here and here
Tuesday, 13 July 2004
Posted by Jeremy at 4:09:00 pm