Language of document : ECLI:EU:C:2019:814


 


 



Order of the Court (Eighth Chamber) of 2 October 2019 — Et Djili Soy Dzhihangir Ibryam v EUIPO

(Case C293/19 P)

(Appeal — Article 181 of the Rules of Procedure of the Court — EU trade mark — Opposition proceedings — Application for registration of the figurative mark containing the word element Djili — Earlier national word mark containing the word element GILLY — Relative ground for refusal)

1.      Appeal — Grounds — Review by the Court of Justice of the assessment of the facts put before the General Court — Possible only where the clear sense of the evidence has been distorted — Assessments relating to the similarity of the marks at issue

(Art. 256 TFEU; Statute of the Court of Justice, Art. 58, first para.)

(see para. 7)

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 of the marks concerned — Criteria for assessment

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

(see para. 7)

Operative part

1.

The appeal is dismissed as being, in part, manifestly inadmissible and, in part, manifestly unfounded.

2.

Et Djili Soy Dzhihangir Ibryam shall bear its own costs.