Court of Appeal finds series registrations not incompatible with EU law
The Court of Appeal unanimously held that Twentieth Century Fox had infringed a registered trademark including the words ‘The Glee Club’, which belongs to the UK-based comedy club Comic Enterprises. The court has now determined that series registrations are in themselves not incompatible with the Trademarks Directive.
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