TRANSLATION WATCH

The ECJ has finally provided an English translation of the Advocate General’s opinion in Koninklijke KPN Nederland NV v Benelux-Merkenbureau concerning the distinctive character of composite word marks …only 2 years after the opinion was originally delivered.

The IPKat would be grateful if anyone who knows what has happened to this case subsequently and whether it is still live could drop him an email or leave a comment.

TRANSLATION WATCH TRANSLATION WATCH Reviewed by Jeremy and Ilanah on Tuesday, January 06, 2004 Rating: 5

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