FIRST COMMUNITY DESIGN DECISION

The IPKat is pleased to announce that OHIM has decided its first ever registered Community design case, this being a successful application to cancel a design right granted in respect of a chair with an elliptical seat and back. The ground of cancellation was that there was a conflict between that and an earlier national design for a chair. Thanks to John Cahir for bringing this to the IPKat's attention.
FIRST COMMUNITY DESIGN DECISION FIRST COMMUNITY DESIGN DECISION Reviewed by Jeremy and Ilanah on Monday, May 24, 2004 Rating: 5

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