Oakley has won a legal challenge in the European Court of Justice over its elliptical logo. The highest court of the European Union overturned an earlier decision by the European Intellectual Property Office (EUIPO) which ruled that a logo registered by a Chinese individual, Xuebo Ye, did not infringe on it. EUIPO had found that there was no risk of confusion between the two logos in spite of their similarities. The high court took a different stance, ruling that, while there are some differences between the two logos, the marks are similar to a high degree when they are taken in their entirety. It also noted that it is common in the clothing and fashion sectors for the same brand to have several logo configurations depending on the products. Oakley's original trademark registration is for glasses and corrective lenses as well as luggage, footwear and clothing.