English court claims no jurisdiction in EU trademark case where no infringement occurred in the United Kingdom
An English court has held that it did not have jurisdiction to decide a claim relating to acts of infringement of an EU trademark under Article 97(5) of the EU Trademark Regulation, in circumstances where the potentially infringing acts committed by the defendant (in this instance taking steps to put a sign on a website) took place in Spain where the defendant was domiciled.
To read more
Register for limited access
Register to receive our newsletter and gain limited access to subscriber content.
Subscribe to unlock unlimited access
Get news, unique commentary, expert analysis and essential resources from the WTR experts.
Already have access? Login below
Copyright © Law Business ResearchCompany Number: 03281866 VAT: GB 160 7529 10