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I think it is more like the second option you offer.
The opponent XXXXXXXXXXXXXXbecame aware of community trademark application nº XXXXXXXXXXx, word and device, which is characterised by the expression "XXXXe", is intended to cover, among others, products of class 9 of the Nice International Classification, and has been applied for on 12/01/2007 and published on the Community Trademarks Bulletin nº 034/2007 of 16/07/2007.
Hi lrg1978. The meaning here is ambiguous. It could be challenged in the sense of "handicapped" (the handicapped community), or it could be in the sense of "the party being sued." Can you help us out with some context?
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Explanation: If it is actually a lawsuit.
If it is not that severe, I would go with either of TransBureau's suggestions.
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