There is watch, obviously not the real deal, named Marina Militare that is supposedly a "homage" watch except most "homage" watches have the company's name on the dial and do not slap other words on the dial attempting to suggest it is the original--an example would be Debaufre Ocean 1 which is a hommage to the Rolex Submariner. I have read the words, Marina Militare is considered a registered name with Panerai. Is this correct and if so what does it mean legally? We all know there are watches sold by countless sources that have the word, Rolex, on the dial when in fact Rolex had nothing to do with the production of said watch. We call these watches fakes (and rightfully so). My question is this: the watch Marina Militare is not made by Panerai so how is it sold as a "hommage" when in fact they are using a model name? If the words, Marina Militare, are registered then would not this watch, Marina Militare (made by ???) be considered a fake in the legal sense? (the operative word here is legal sense not WIS sense).