• Yvette

    Such a tricky thing, this TM stuff! I have to say personally, I don’t think there is significant likelihood of confusion. Yes the basic shape is similar, but there are other distinctive elements.

  • Steve Baird

    Yvette, thanks for offering your perspective.
    The test of likelihood of confusion requires a probability of confusion; the mere possibility is not enough, so your remarks are well taken.
    Thanks for stopping by.