E.U. Court Rejects Wrigley's Doublemint Trademark
The Court backed a decision by the E.U.’s trademark office, which held the combination of "double" and "mint" represented a description of the type of gum.
"A sign may not be registered as a community trademark if one of its possible meanings can designate a characteristic of the goods concerned," the court said.
Wrigley's has argued that...
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