In Property Renaissance Ltd (t/a Titanic Spa) v Stanley Dock Hotel Ltd (t/a Titanic Hotel Liverpool) ([2016] EWHC 3103), a multi-faceted dispute concerning the right to use TITANIC for hotel and spa services, Mr Justice Carr has considered (among other things) the principles applicable to a hearing officer's discretion to admit evidence and the own name defence under Section 11(2) of the Trademarks Act 1994.

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