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Monday, 20 June 2005


We have to wait till Wednesday for this week's excitement from the Court of First Instance. On that day the Fourth Chamber gives its judgments in two Community trade mark disputes:
* Case T-19/04 Metso Paper Automation v OHIM, following the refusal to register the word mark PAPERLAB for goods and apparently services in Class 9;

* Case T-34/04 Plus v OHIM - Bälz and Hiller in which the proprietor of the national word mark POWER for goods in Class 34 has been locked in combat with an applicant to register as a Community trade mark the figurative mark "Turkish power" for goods in Classes 3, 25, 28, 32, 33 and 34.

Now THIS is what the IPKat calls Turkish power ...

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