While the public eagerly awaits the launch of Pokémon Horizon, the new animated series Pokemon which will say goodbye to Ash Ketchum and Pikachu to introduce two new protagonists, the Game Freak franchise and Nintendo faces a particular dispute with the well-known energy drink Monster Energy.

As we told you a few days ago, Monster Energy has thrown itself against Pokémon and Monster Hunter. In fact, the Monster Beverage company's lawyers argue that the above two brands misuse the term "monster", which is precisely their property. However, it seems that this The lawsuit is already over. According to J-PlatPlat, the opposition at the Japanese Patent Office was rejected in record time.

A few days after the complaint Monster Energy must surrender and withdraw its attorneys. The lawsuit opened against the brands Monster Hunter, Pokémon, Pocket Monster, Monster Strikes and Monster Musume: Everyday Life with Monster Girls had failed.

This isn't the first time Monster Energy has taken on brands that use the word "monster" in the title, but it's also not the first time the US company has lost such a lawsuit. From time to time theJapanese Patent Office rejects Monster Beverage claimswho are losing us from a brand visibility perspective with their bankruptcy injunctions.

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