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Sound of a fizzy drink opening ‘not distinctive’

Intellectual Property Magazine

Sound of a fizzy drink opening ‘not distinctive’

The General Court of the European Union has ruled that the sound of a fizzy drink can being opened cannot be registered as a ‘sound mark’, as the sound is not distinctive enough.

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