B. F. GOODRICH CO. v. KENILWORTH MFG. CO.

Patent Appeal No. 2209.

40 F.2d 121 (1930)

B. F. GOODRICH CO. v. KENILWORTH MFG. CO., Inc.

Court of Customs and Patent Appeals.

Rehearing Denied May 28, 1930.


Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Eakin & Avery, of Akron, Ohio (Willard D. Eakin, of Akron, Ohio, of counsel), for appellant.

Louis Alexander, of New York City, for appellee.

Before GRAHAM, Presiding Judge, and BLAND, HATFIELD, GARRETT, and LENROOT, Associate Judges.


GARRETT, Associate Judge.

This is an appeal from the decision of the Commissioner of Patents affirming the decision of the Examiner of Interferences dismissing the notice of opposition on the part of appellant to granting appellee registration as a trade-mark of the compound word "Zip-Knick."

Appellant (opposer) alleges ownership of the mark "Zipper," as disclosed in Registration No. 197,090, of April 7, 1925, used and to be used upon "boots and overshoes...

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