Archive | Australian Trade Marks Office Decisions

Trademark Registration Australia – ATMO Decisions – April 2013

Trend Windows & Doors Pty Ltd v Saint-Gobain Glass France [2013] ATMO 21 (3 April 2013) Trend (represented by Gerard Skelly) successfully defended its registrations for the Quantum word and logo trade marks in respect of non-metallic windows and doors against a challenge on the ground of non-use by Saint-Gobain Glass. The Registrar’s Delegate was […]

Trademark Registration Australia – ATMO Decisions – March 2013

Toddler Kindy Gymbaroo Pty Ltd v Gym-Mark, Inc [2013] ATMO 15 (1 March 2013) Successful application by Gym-Mark for partial removal of the GYMBAROO trade mark registration on the ground of non-use. This case turned on its particular facts, but the Registrar’s Delegate did express the opinion there is no principle of general application in […]

Trademark Registration Australia – ATMO Decisions – February 2013

1-800-FLOWERS.COM, Inc. v Flowerscorp Pty Ltd [2013] ATMO 11 (5 February 2013) Successful non-use application for removal of a registration for a composite trade mark containing 1800-FLOWERS for services including the retailing, delivery and arranging of flowers in classes 35, 39 and 42. The Delegate did not accept use of the phone name 1-800 – […]

Trademark Registration Australia – ATMO Decisions – January 2013

Scotch Whisky Association v Jin Ho Lee and Myong Gil Lee [2013] ATMO 1 (9 January 2013) Successful opposition to registration of a trade mark for a label containing the word McDowell’s for whisky in class 33 based on lack of intention to use. The evidence disclosed a pattern of the Applicants applying to register […]