As previously reported on here, the CJEU in the IP Translator case ruled on the use of the Nice Classification class headings in trade mark applications, finding that, although the Trade Marks Directive does not preclude the use of the general
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Further guidance on trade mark specifications and the use of class headings published post IP translator
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