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The ruling of the German Supreme Court (Bundesgerichtshof, Docket Nr. I ZR 110/90) of 12th March 1992 – Regional Court of Appeal Munich - ac-pharma
Even though the distinctiveness (Kennziechnungskraft) of the company’s trade-name “ac-pharma” is little, it is impossible to deny the possibility of confusion with “A.C.A.-Pharma” at least as far as the aural aspect is concerned (based on § 16 I of the Act against unfair competition).