Supreme Court sets high threshold for imposing imprisonment in infringement cases 04 Dec 14
In Prosecutor General v CS (Case B-5484-13), the Supreme Court of Sweden has set a high threshold for imposing prison sentences on trademark infringers, and rejected the possibility of imposing such a penalty by reference to the nature of the crime ('Artbrott' in Swedish).
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