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Donna Trysburg published in the ITMA Review
19 July, 2015
Trade Mark Attorney Donna Trysburg has been published in the June 2015 edition of the ITMA Review. This publication is produced by the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys, a respected professional body, and is sent out eight times a year to ITMA members in the UK and internationally.
Donna comments on the decisions handed down by the General Court of the Court of Justice of the European Union in two recent cases:
T-505/12, Compagnie des montres Longines, Francillon SA v OHIM – Cheng (figurative mark) and T-76/13, Compagnie des montres Longines, Francillon SA v OHIM – Staccata (QUARTODIMIGLIO QM and device), CJEU, General Court (Fifth Chamber), 12 February 2015
In the article, she details how watchmaker Compagnie des montres Longines (Longines) brought two oppositions against device marks they believed to be similar to the company’s so-called ‘winged hourglass’ device.
This article was first published in the June 2015 issue of the ITMA Review, the journal of the Institute of Trade Mark Attorneys (ITMA). For more information on ITMA, please visit www.itma.org.uk