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Re: Magnum or is it?

Postby shootist » Tue Aug 08, 2017 9:01 pm

tph wrote:I don't think you can trademark the name Magnum in most countries as it is already a common word in universal use.


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Ice creams, water ices; frozen confections; preparations for making the aforesaid goods not included in other classes.

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Unilever N.V.Weena 455, Rotterdam, 3013 AL, Netherlands

BAKER & MCKENZIE LLP100 New Bridge Street, London, EC4V 6JA, United Kingdom

IIRC, the Treaty of Madrid (?) should mean that the trademark name 'Magnum' is covered in pretty much most of the world that gives a damn about trademarks.
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Re: Magnum or is it?

Postby dls » Wed Aug 09, 2017 5:30 am

Magnum is a word with a particular regular meaing.

Its trade mark use isquite separate - using nothing of the descriptiv element.
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