Judgment of the General Court (Fourth Chamber) of 11 July 2019

Andreas Hauzenberger v European Union Intellectual Property Office

EU trade mark — Application for EU figurative mark TurboPerformance — Absolute ground for refusal — Descriptive character — Article 7(1)(c) of Regulation (EU) 2017/1001

Case T-349/18



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Document Date Name of the parties Subject-matter Curia EUR-Lex
Judgment (OJ)
13/09/2019 Hauzenberger v EUIPO (TurboPerformance)
Judgment
ECLI:EU:T:2019:495
11/07/2019 Hauzenberger v EUIPO (TurboPerformance)
EUR-Lex text EUR-Lex bilingual text
Judgment (Information)
ECLI:EU:T:2019:495
11/07/2019 Hauzenberger v EUIPO (TurboPerformance)
Application (OJ)
06/07/2018 Hauzenberger v EUIPO (TurboPerformance)
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Reports of Cases

published in the electronic Reports of Cases (Court Reports - general - 'Information on unpublished decisions' section)

Subject-matter

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Systematic classification scheme

1.
3 Legal proceedings
  3.08 Procedural rules
    3.08.04 Subject-matter, form of order sought and pleas in law
      3.08.04.01 Formal requirements
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.04 Procedure and legal proceedings
        4.11.03.04.03 Appeals
          4.11.03.04.03.02 Actions before the Courts of the European Union
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.01 Absolute grounds for refusal
        4.11.03.01.03 Descriptive marks
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.01 Absolute grounds for refusal
        4.11.03.01.03 Descriptive marks
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.01 Absolute grounds for refusal
        4.11.03.01.13 Signs examined
          4.11.03.01.13.03 Descriptive marks
            4.11.03.01.13.03.02 Figurative marks
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.01 Absolute grounds for refusal
        4.11.03.01.00 General
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.04 Procedure and legal proceedings
        4.11.03.04.04 Procedure
          4.11.03.04.04.07 Statement of reasons
4 Internal policy of the European Union
  4.11 Approximation of laws
    4.11.03 European Union trade mark
      4.11.03.01 Absolute grounds for refusal
        4.11.03.01.00 General


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Operative part

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Opinion

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Dates

Date of the lodging of the application initiating proceedings

  • 05/06/2018

Date of the Opinion

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Date of the hearing

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Date of delivery

11/07/2019


References

Publication in the Official Journal

Judgment: OJ C 328 from 30.09.2019, p.50

Application: OJ C 259 from 23.07.2018, p.50

Name of the parties

Hauzenberger v EUIPO (TurboPerformance)

Notes on Academic Writings

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Procedural Analysis Information

Source of the question referred for a preliminary ruling

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Subject-matter

  • Intellectual, industrial and commercial property
  • - Trade marks

Provisions of national law referred to

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Provisions of international law referred to

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Procedure and result

  • Actions for annulment : dismissal on substantive grounds

Formation of the Court

quatrième chambre (Tribunal)

Judge-Rapporteur

Schwarcz

Advocate General

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Language(s) of the Case

  • German

Language(s) of the Opinion

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