August 31, 2022
KLUWER TRADE MARK BLOG- the eye has a tendency to see what it expects to see, but ZARA and ZANA are not confusing similar
KLUWER TRADE MARK BLOG- the eye has a tendency to see what it expects to see, but ZARA and ZANA are not confusing similar

The owner of a boutique store, Ms. Kotrri (Applicant), successfully defended her trade mark application before the UKIPO for HOUSE OF ZANA, covering “clothing” in class 25, against apparel retailer, Inditex (Opponent).

The Opponent sought to prevent registration on the basis of Sections 5(2)(b) and 5(3) of the Trade Marks Act 1994 and relied on several registrations for the wordmark ZARA covering class 25 clothing.

You can read the full article here on the Kluwer Trade Mark blog.

 

 

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Fashion /  Trademarks /  Disputes

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