ECJ clarifies trademark licensing conditions, but decision may have limited impact
The ECJ has ruled in a case that tackles the question of whether it is acceptable for a company with no EU presence to licence its EU trademark rights to an EU-based company purely for the purpose of registering an ‘.eu’ domain name. While a useful decision, one commentator expects that it will have limited impact.
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