Evaluation of the likelihood of confusion between weak trademarks

By Aktekin, U., Doğan Alkan, G., Ozcebe, Z. C.

In a landmark decision, the Assembly of Civil Chambers has determined that a likelihood of confusion will arise between trade marks by accepting the word ‘diamond’ in trade marks subject to comparison as a fundamental element, although it was descriptive of the goods in respect of which the trade marks …read more

Source:: Journal of Intellectual Property Law & Practice