On 2018-04-16 07:33, Mark Roszko wrote:
>> "No national law applies" could be either difficult or beneficial for KiCad 
>> in the case of an infringement.
> That doesn't prevent CERN's right as an entity to assert trademark claims in 
> any country where they registered as an entity and claimed trademarks via 
> applications.
> The same way me as an American can go register trademarks in Europe. They can 
> do the same. The statement on wiki is more related to other legal 
> jurisdiction issues.
> CERN already holds a few trademarks and they have a legal team as they are 
> quite large....so best to assume they know what they are doing. (Not that one 
> can't ask other lawyers)

Thank you for your clarification.
Propably it's just good to ask their legal team what they suggest in KiCad's 


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