In a judgment rendered on September 30, 2015, the IP Court revoked the MOEA’s ruling which revoked TIPO’s dismissal of the opposition by Six Continents Hotels, Inc. to the Home Hotel Co., Ltd.’s “H Design "Click here to view the image"” mark.  The IP Court found that, although the services “food and drink catering, accommodation, etc.” designated by The Home Hotel Co., Ltd.’s “H Design "Click here to view the image"” mark were same as or highly similar to those of Six Continents Hotels, Inc.’s cited “H logo Click here to view the image”, “Click here to view the image ”, “ Click here to view the image”, “ Click here to view the image”, “ Click here to view the image”marks in Class 43 and both parties’ marks comprised of the English letter “H”, the distinctiveness of the English letter “H” was not high and the extent of similarity of the marks was below average.  The court further indicated that the business concept, brand positioning, and target customer of the services provided by both parties’ marks are different, therefore it could hardly conclude that the Home Hotel Co., Ltd. had the intention to imitate or plagiarize Six Continents Hotels, Inc.’s cited marks.  In addition, no evidence was submitted to the court to show that an actual confusion to the related consumers had occurred.  The court therefore concluded that Articles 30-I-(10), (11), (12) of Taiwan Trademark Act was not applicable to the registration of “H Design” mark.