Trade mark law, case III CSK 300/06

October 17th, 2007, Tomasz Rychlicki

The Supreme Court in its judgment of 22 February 2007 case file III CSK 300/06, held that each sign should be presented in a graphical way. This is understood in the case law as a visual perceptibility of the trade mark, i.e., a sign must be possible to be seen, even if it’s only a word trade mark, which is represented by writing letters. This case concerned the infringement of MIXEŁKO R-116044 trade mark owned by ALMAR spółka z ograniczoną odpowiedzialnością spółka komandytowa from Kraków.