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Document 62018CO0533

Order of the Court (Eighth Chamber) of 8 January 2019.
Emcur Gesundheitsmittel aus Bad Ems GmbH v European Union Intellectual Property Office.
Appeal — Article 181 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice — EU trade mark — Opposition proceedings — Application for registration of the word mark EMCURE — Rejection in part of the opposition.
Case C-533/18 P.

Order of the Court (Eighth Chamber) of 8 January 2019 — Emcur v EUIPO

(Case C‑533/18 P)

(Appeal — Article 181 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice — EU trade mark — Opposition proceedings — Application for registration of the word mark EMCURE — Rejection in part of the opposition)

1. 

Appeal — Grounds — Grounds which are manifestly inadmissible or manifestly unfounded — Dismissal at any point, by reasoned order, without an oral procedure

(Rules of Procedure of the Court of Justice, Art. 181)

(see paras 3, 6)

2. 

EU trade mark — Definition and acquisition of the EU trade mark — Relative grounds for refusal — Opposition by the proprietor of an earlier identical or similar mark registered for identical or similar goods or services — Similarity between the goods or services in question — Complementary nature of the goods or services — Perception by the relevant public of the importance of a product or service for the use of another product or service

(Council Regulation No 207/2009, Art. 8(1)(b))

(see para. 5)

Operative part

1. 

The appeal is dismissed as being manifestly unfounded.

2. 

Emcur Gesundheitsmittel aus Bad Ems GmbH is ordered to bear its own costs.

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