The IPKat has received this notification from a reliable source:
You wrote [on Tuesday, 19 April] that the Pan Case was boring. However, this is not the case. It is of utmost importance for users of the CTM system. The TPI for the first time had accepted the interpretation of the OHIM that it can send out any decision by fax (despite unclear wording of Rule 62(1) of the Implementing Regulation). Moreover, it accepted OHIM's evidence of computer fax reports without any further technical expertise if OHIM's automated fax sending system is really reliable. Important part of CFI's reasoning was that the lawyer was not able to provide a list of incoming faxes of that day. As a consequence, representatives should be extremely careful to keep the lists of incoming faxes of the fax machine which was indicated to OHIM, in order to prove that no fax had been received at a certain moment.