Legislation has put forward the requirement that the same-name management companies, organizations with similarly confusingly similar
names can not work in the market.
This addition to your credential shows your AMT pride and helps distinguish your prestigious AMT certification from other organizations' credentials with confusingly similar
after the Intellectual Property Office of the Philippines (IPOPHL) decided that the corporate names of both companies were 'not confusingly similar
,' a copy of the decision showed.
It is well known that corporations and individuals register their trademark in order to protect their brand so that competitors and infringers do not use confusingly similar
or identical trademarks.
The court found that Popov had created "an identical or confusingly similar
domain name" and had done so in bad faith.
The main benefit of the Supplemental Register is supposed to be that no one else can register a confusingly similar
Today's consumer welcomes choice, but if the major players seek to dominate the market using confusingly similar
brands that choice will be reduced.
Consequently, if a word, phrase, or design in a social media post is confusingly similar
to another's trademark and is used to promote similar or related products or services, the trademark owner having prior rights can object to the use (whether its mark is registered or not).
Now swindlers have gone one step further, and rather than using a name confusingly similar
to the Intellectual Property Office, they are brazenly using exactly this name.
A business there has chosen to use branding and visual presentation so confusingly similar
to that of our own Godiva stores and cafes as to be misleading to customers and damaging to our business.
PLILI) - distributor of La Filipina Luncheon Meat - against Easymart for allegedly selling canned goods bearing food labels that were confusingly similar
to their best-selling La Filipina Luncheon Meat brand.
A beer campaign fronted by television presenter Tim Lovejoy has been cleared of breaching the UK Advertising Code after viewers complained that it was confusingly similar
to his cooking programme.