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  • 25-02-2016

In a recent decision, the Court of Appeal of The Hague concluded that there is a confusing similarity between Lacoste's device mark consisting of a picture of a crocodile, registered for (among other things) cosmetic products in class 3, and the word mark EAU CROCO for the same products. The case concerned an application by a Dutch company for the trade mark EAU CROCO, which was opposed by Lacoste primarily on the basis of the Community trade mark registration for its device mark consisting of the image of a crocodile.

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