The Court of Justice of the European Union announced Thursday that Apple has a secured a court ruling allowing the company to register the layout of its retail stores in the European Union as a
trademark -- an extension of its intellectual property, which it had already acquired in the U.S. back in January. Apparently, the flagship store fulfills the three required criteria: a
sign; represent a graphic; and distinguish goods or services sold by the company from those of another.
- CVRIA, Thursday, July 10, 2014 3:55 PM
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