Appeal against finding that the intervener was entitled to file a notice of opposition inadmissible

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IPPT20180725, CJEU, QuaMa v EUIPO

Trade mark law - Appeal regarding the General Court’s finding that EUIPO had not erred in interpreting the request for a change of name and address as an application for registration of a transfer of a trade mark so the intervener was entitled to file a notice of opposition inadmissible: re-examination of arguments already given before the General Court does not fall within the jurisdiction of the court, the same goes for arguments that were not put forward before the General Court. Appeal regarding the assessment of the relevant public also inadmissible: determining the relevant public and the level of attention is part of a factual assessment that does not fall within the jurisdiction of the court, findings of the General Court sufficiently motivated.

 

IPPT20180725, CJEU, QuaMa v EUIPO

 

C-139/17 - ECLI:EU:C:2018:608