Famous Trademark Case to Learn From | Wrigley’s Doublemint
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Famous Trademark Case to Learn From | Wrigley’s Doublemint

The Wrigley Co. wanted to trademark the name “Doublemint,” which seems reasonable enough. But in Europe, it can’t. The ruling against Wrigley stated that the word “Doublemint” lacks an imaginative element. Comparatively, Procter & Gamble succeeded in trademarking "Baby-Dry," showcasing the contrasting outcomes in trademark registration based on the perceived distinctiveness or imaginative aspect of the names in question.

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ASEAN IPA Event In Indonesia Jakarta

#Throwback to an unforgettable #ASEAN IPA in Indonesia Jakarta, where Exy IP had the privilege of engaging and exchanging ideas with brilliant minds. To all our fellow IP colleagues, let’s keep in touch! #ASEAN IPA #Indonesia#Jakarta#ExyIP#IntellectualProperty

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Happy Valentine’s Day

It’s Valentine’s Day. There’s no better time to reach out to the ones we care about, and we care about you! Exy IP is sending you a heartfelt Love on this special day. Have a wonderful time with your loved ones. #ExyIP #happyvalentinesday #2024