STOP PRESS: ECJ gives ruling in Kaul

The European Court of Justice has given its ruling today in Case 29/05 P Kaul v OHIM. In short, the ECJ has set aside both the Court of First Instance decision in Case T‑164/02 and annulled the decision of the Third Board of Appeal. The case arises from Kaul's appeal against Atlantic Richfield's application to register the word ARCOL which, it claimed, was likely to cause confusion with its earlier registration of CAPOL.

The IPKat will post further information and commentary later.
IPKat note on the Advocate General's Opinion here
IPKat short note on CFI decision here
STOP PRESS: ECJ gives ruling in Kaul STOP PRESS: ECJ gives ruling in <i>Kaul</i> Reviewed by Jeremy on Tuesday, March 13, 2007 Rating: 5

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