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Wednesday, 25 June 2008

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The TTAB disagreed with the examining attorney, that is just to made a justification of his own actions

The Board compared the case to a similar decision involving the term MUFFUNS, where the Board held that the applicant's “inventive” and “stylized” play on “muffin” and “fun” created a commercial impression that was more than just “muffins.”

so true

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