However the TMO opinion of no similarity in the criminal case conflicted with a previous written opinion issued by the TMO that the two marks were not similar. It is thought that this first opinion was provided to D Toy. Written opinions are sometimes obtained for use against other parties. The procedure is informal and while not entirely transparent reasonably common and quite useful (given how hard enforcement is). But now having found the TMO has changed it's mind, or a different department has made a different decision, the owner of D Toy is now suing the TMO claiming damages of 1 Billion rupiah (USD120,000).
As a result the TMO has stopped issuing any opinions at all!