TTAB Test: Which of These Three Section 2(d) Refusals Was/Were Reversed?
At least one of the three Section 2(d) refusals summarized below was reversed, and a least one was affirmed. Can you figure out what happened in each case? [Answer in first comment].
In re James Harris, Serial No. 85918970 (February 23, 2015) [not precedential]. [Section 2(d) refusal THE WASH BOX for "portable vehicle wash water filter" [WASH disclaimed], finding it confusingly similar to the registered mark WASH IN A BOX for "vehicle washing and cleaning equipment, namely, automated pressure washing and pressure rinsing machines and electronic and mechanical controls therefor, all sold as a unit; vehicle washing machines and parts therefor."]
In re World of Wine Events, LLC, Serial No. 86013688 (February 19, 2015) [not precedential]. [Section 2(d) refusal of SAN DIEGO BAY WINE & FOOD FESTIVAL for "arranging, organizing, conducting, and hosting social entertainment events; conducting entertainment exhibitions in the nature of food and wine festivals; consultation in the field of special event planning for social entertainment purposes; entertainment services, namely, wine and food tastings" in view of the registered mark SAN DIEGO BAY for promoting tourism and economic development in the San Diego Bay area.]
In re Sunton Enterprises, Inc., Serial No. 85863532 (February 19, 2015) [not precedential]. [Refusal to register AYLAZZARO for "handbags, luggage and trunks," in view of the registered mark LAZARO for "handbags, briefcases, briefcase-type portfolios and wallets."]
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