In an article published in the September issue of
The Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice, Désirée Fields looks at the recent decision in
Simca v OHIM in which
the General Court reviewed the interpretation of the concept of "bad faith" and approved the cancellation of a CTM registration finding that the applicant had acted in bad faith when applying to register the mark.
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