• the applied-for mark was similar to the opponent's VIENETTA SECRET mark, which had been registered in Morocco for goods in Classes 24, 25, and 35 since March 2011;After full litigation, including the consideration of the facts mentioned above, the trade mark Registrar issued his decision to uphold the opposition and refuse registration.
• the mark VIENETTA SECRET had been registered in the opponent's country of origin (i.e. Turkey) since 2006 and
• the applied-for mark was an exact replica of the opponent's trade mark in terms of pronunciation, spelling and general appearance.
NJQ & Associates represented the successful opponent in these proceedings.