The General Court of the European Union ruled out that the Huawei logo for its computers bears any resemblance to that of Chanel.
Huawei has just won a lawsuit that Chanel imposed for an alleged similarity of its logo for computers.
The logo in question was registered in September 2017 and was faced by an opposition to the registration by Chanel in December of the same year.
The brand of perfumes, cosmetics, jewelry, accessories and luxury clothing assured that it had a great resemblance.
Already in November 2019, the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) had rejected Chanel’s claim, considering that the use of the Huawei logo would not cause confusion in the public.
The General Court of the European Union agreed with EUIPO on April 21 and rejected Chanel’s request to reject the registration.
In its verdict, the international body indicated that both logos were different and that there was no need to examine any type of action against Huawei.