IPO Opposition based on opponent’s registration of a TWIN CHEF device mark in Class 30. The opposition related to the same application under consideration in SRIS O/186/01, and the opponent relied on largely the same evidence and argument, but cited a different device mark. However, the Hearing Officer came to the same findings, dismissing opposition under Sections 5(2)(b) and 5(4)(a) for essentially the same reasons.
Mr J MacGillivray
 UKIntelP o18701, O/187/01
Trade Marks Act 1994 3(1)(b) 3(1)(c) 3(6) 5(2)(b) 5(4)(a) 56
See Also – Pizza Pizza (Trade Mark: Opposition) O/186/01 IPO 19-Apr-2001
IPO Opposition based on opponent’s various registrations (Community and UK) of a TWIN CHEFS device mark in Classes 29, 30 and 32. In regard to opposition under Section 5(2)(b), the Hearing Officer accepted that . .
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Updated: 28 March 2021; Ref: scu.454192