The ruling, which can be appealed before the Audiencia de Barcelona, argues that the species of dinosaurs “is not, by itself and in principle, appropriable and recordable, unless along with its name or representation is introduced some element that singularized transform it qualitatively. ” Neither does the judge appreciate “conceptual similarity” between both types of cookies and recalls that Printable Do Not Resuscitate Form has not invoked in the trial “the protection of three-dimensional marks that incorporate concrete, individualizing or peculiar elements of dinosaurs or certain species of dinosaurs.” The ruling also discards phonetic similarity between the products in question and concludes that “the comparison between the words” Dinosaurus “(written as a single word) and” Galle-sauros “(formed by two separate words), reveals that there is no coincidence in none of the two parts of the denomination “. For the judge, there is no graphic similarity, since the “Dinosaurus” trademark does not have the same font or the same colors as the one contested.
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The judge argues in the judgment that the trademark “Dinosaurus” has no “notorious character” in the Spanish market for the purposes of the Trademark Law and rejects the existence of unlawful acts of unfair competition for the improper use of the reputation of others. The ruling, which applies the doctrine established by the Supreme Court in the case of a dispute over the “Oreo” cookies, has been submitted to the trademarks and intellectual property section of the Commercial Court of Barcelona, composed of the owners of the courts of the mercantile 2, 6, 8 and 9. The informative meeting of the ’20th Anniversary of the Spanish Association of Liquefied Gas’, has defended the role of this gas as “a real and present alternative” to accompany the energy transition, being an “ally” on the road towards the decarbonization of the economy.
The ruling in the Messi case, in which the Supreme Court ruled that the Barcelona player was guilty of committing three tax crimes for defrauding 41 million euros, has caused a wave of complaints against tax advisers. This is stated by the president of the Spanish Association of Tax Advisers (Aedaf), Printable Do Not Resuscitate Form, who recalls that, despite the fact that the sentence against the Argentine star did not condemn the advisers to have reached an agreement with the Tax Agency, the Supreme Court included that they should have been sentenced in the opinion. This symbolic condemnation has given wings to that the State Advocacy and the Prosecutor’s Office have increased their complaints against tax advisors in trials for fiscal crimes. “The Treasury feels supported to do what it wants with this phrase,” says Alemany, who demands clear rules and a “greater specialization of criminal judges.”