Federal Court rules that the variation of a plaintiff’s registered mark is not a remedy in an infringement action
In a landmark decision, the Malaysian Federal Court has ruled that a plaintiff in an infringement action is not legally obliged to consider the option of co-existence on the ground of honest concurrent use.
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