Opposition in UK Law
South Cone Inc. v Bessant and Others (t/a Reef)
...... who has special responsibility for registration of trade marks, and where an opposed application for registration becomes the subject of opposition proceedings under section 38(2) of the 1994 Act, hearings are conducted before the Assistant Comptroller or a Principal Hearing Officer (acting in ......
Kammins Ballrooms Company Ltd v Zenith Investments (Torquay) Ltd
......On 19th September the Respondents filed an answer to the application in which they stated the ground of their opposition to the grant of a new tenancy. That answer contained no reference to the application having been made too soon. On 30th September their solicitors ......
Altecnic Ltd's Trade Mark Application (No.2126884); Reliance Water Controls Ltd v Altecnic Ltd
...... . 19 On that basis the application was accepted and advertised accordingly. Opposition . . 20 By a remarkable coincidence Reliance had applied on 27 March 1997 to register the mark “CAREMIX” in Class 11 for ......
CREDITMASTER Trade Mark
...... Mr Allan James the Hearing Officer in the Trade Mark Office made on 10 th March 2004, when he dismissed the Appellant's ("Mastercard") opposition against a Trade Mark application filed by Hitachi Credit (UK) Plc ("Hitachi") in respect of the Trade Mark CREDIT MASTER filed for goods/services ......
- RE H (Minors) (Access)
Inter Lotto (UK) Ltd v Camelot Group Plc
......That application was accepted by the Registrar of Trade Marks and advertised for opposition on 7 th August 2002, under the number 2283392. It was opposed by Inter Lotto on 7 th November 2002. In the meantime, on 29 th April 2002 ......
Apple Inc. v Arcadia Trading Ltd
......Subsequently, Arcadia was permitted to amend its grounds of opposition to allege that the application had been made in bad faith. . . 2 In a written decision dated 30 August 2016 (O/412/16) Mark King ......
Aveda Corporation v Dabur India Ltd
...... . 4 It will be appreciated that it is Aveda's registrations in Classes 3 and 5 that are of most relevance to the opposition. It is not necessary for the purposes of this judgment to set out the Class 3 specification of the first registration in full, but it included ......
Esure Insurance Ltd v Direct Line Insurance Plc
......On 26 th January 2005 Direct Line filed Notice of Opposition to the proposed registration. esure's use of the mouse on wheels had largely been in orange and blue but, as the registration which it had sought was ......
- Singh (Joginder) v Duport Harper Foundries Ltd
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