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Tuesday, 24 August 2004


IPKat's co-master Jeremy has just drafted a case note on the decision of the Court of First Instance of the European Communities in Case T-399/02 Eurocermex v OHIM. This case involves an application to register, as a Community trade mark, a three-dimensional sign consisting of a glass bottle containing yellow liquid, in the neck of which is inserted a wedge of green-skinned lemon. This seems a curious sort of trade mark, since it appears to depend upon the bottle being opened and its contents being served, perhaps to the ultimate consumer. If you'd like to read it, please email the IPKat and a copy will be sent to you. All comments, however critical, will be welcome.

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