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  • Cavendish Square Holding BV (Appellant) v Talal El Makdessi (Respondent)

    ... LJ put it in Protector Endowment Loan and Annuity Company v Grice (1880) 5 QBD 592, 595, "where the intent is not simply ... by the 1999 Regulations, both of which give effect to European Directives. The 1999 Regulations contain an "indicative and ... by ANPR systems" in small letters underneath, and two logos recording that ParkingEye was a member of the British Parking ...

  • Adidas-Salomon Ag v Drape & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 07, 2006, [2006] EWHC 1318 (Ch)

    1. The claimant (“Adidas”) is the parent company of a group which carries on business in the design and marketing of sportswear, including footwear and tennis clothing. For the purpose of promoting and marketing its tennis products it invests significant sums in sponsoring leading players. Its tennis clothing comes in three ranges, ‘the Comp...

  • British American Tobacco UK Ltd & Ors v The Secretary of State for Health, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, November 30, 2016, [2016] EWCA Civ 1182

    James Eadie QC, Martin Howe QC, Ian Rogers QC, Catherine Callaghan, Julianne Kerr Morrison, Nikolaus Grubeck and Jaani Riordan (instructed by the Government Legal Department) for the Respondent (``the Secretary of State'') Hearing dates : 18-21 October 2016 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - JudgmentLord Justice Lewison: INTRODUCTION 1....

    ... Act 2014 (`the 2014 Act') and section 2(2) of the European Communities Act 1972, following a lengthy consultation process ...The packaging company Vaassen said of tobacco packs: ?``.. the real experience [for the ... adopting measures to restrict or prohibit the use of logos, colours, brand images or promotional information on packaging ...

  • HM Revenue and Customs v Insurancewide.Com Services Ltd & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 22, 2010, [2010] EWCA Civ 422

    1. The two appeals, to which this judgment relates, concern the exemption from Value Added Tax (``VAT'') contained in Schedule 9, Group 2, Item 4 to the Value Added Tax Act 1994 (``VATA 1994'') for the provision of services by an insurance broker or insurance agent of any of the services of an insurance intermediary (``the Insurance Intermediary Ex...

    ... is not currently trading and is subject to a Company Voluntary Arrangement. It was not represented by counsel or ...The European context. 4. The imposition of VAT was the result of the Sixth ...``3.2 BISL may use the names, brand names, logos and trademarks of Autotrader Digital on the BISL Quotation ...

  • ParkingEye Limited (Respondent) v Beavis (Appellant)

    ... LJ put it in Protector Endowment Loan and Annuity Company v Grice (1880) 5 QBD 592, 595, "where the intent is not simply ... by the 1999 Regulations, both of which give effect to European Directives. The 1999 Regulations contain an "indicative and ... by ANPR systems" in small letters underneath, and two logos recording that ParkingEye was a member of the British Parking ...

  • The Football Association Premier League Ltd v British Sky Broadcasting Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 16, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2058 (Ch)

    1. The Claimant (``FAPL'') is the governing body of the football competition known as the Barclays Premier League (``the Premier League''). As explained in more detail below, FAPL owns the copyright in recordings of television footage of all Premier League matches, and in artistic works which appear within that footage. The Defendants are the six

    ... (``the 1988 Act''), which implements Article 8(3) of European Parliament and Council Directive 2001/29/EC of 22 May 2001 on the ... Media Ltd, which incorporates certain onscreen graphics and logos into it to produce the ``World Feed''. Prior to the 2012/2013 ... Officer of NetResult Solutions Ltd (``NetResult''), a company specialising in internet investigation, monitoring and ...

  • Cruddas v Calvert & Ors, Court of Appeal - Queen's Bench Division, July 31, 2013, [2013] EWHC 2298 (QB)

    1. This is the judgment on the second stage of the trial of a claim for libel and malicious falsehood. The first stage of the trial was a preliminary issue, to determine what the words complained of actually meant. This issue was determined by myself at first instance: Cruddas v Calvert [2013] EWHC 1427 (QB) (5 June 2013) (``the 5 June judgment''),

    ... pretend to be international financiers working for a company called Global Zenith who wanted to explore making donations to ... Abbey last year to make sure Cameron knew he opposed the European Union-wide Tobin tax on financial deals. [35] ``I knew he was ... sponsorship, so they could sponsor it but actually their logos don't have to appear on it though. Mr CRUDDAS: do you not, do you ...

  • Maier & Anor v Asos Plc & Anor, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, April 01, 2015, [2015] EWCA Civ 220

    1. There are before the court appeals and cross appeals from three judgments of Rose J given on 19 September 2013, 16 October 2013 and 4 February 2014 concerning Community trade mark number 4580767 (``the CTM'') for the word ASSOS which is owned and used by the claimants (together ``Assos'') and United Kingdom trade mark number 2530115 (``the UK tr...

    ...WordWave International Limited. A Merrill Communications Company. 165 Fleet Street, London EC4A 2DY. Tel No: 020 7404 1400, Fax ... 37 countries worldwide including 15 Member States of the European Union. Sales take place primarily through specialist cycling ... that I do not regard the similarity as very striking: the logos are both in lower case, but beyond that the general look seems to ...

  • Hyde Housing Association Ltd & Ors v Layton (Transfer of Undertakings: Acquired rights directive), Court of Appeal - United Kingdom Employment Appeal Tribunal, September 11, 2015, [2015] UKEAT 0124_15_1109

    In circumstances where the Claimant's employment with M transferred to employment with M and the other Respondents, the ET held that there had been a relevant transfer for the purposes of Regulation 3(1)(a) TUPE. The Respondents appealed. The appeal raised the following questions: Can there be a relevant transfer for TUPE purposes where: (1) an e...

    ... and badges and driving the same vans with the Hyde Martlet logos on. 9. As from 1 August 2013, Martlet remained a subsidiary of ..., vis-à-vis the employer, was unchanged (see the European Commission report on Council Directive 2001/23/EC dated 18 June ... for which they work is transferred out of a group company even if they were legally employed under a contract of employment ...

  • Société Des Produits Nestlé S.A. v Cadbury UK Ltd, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, October 04, 2013, [2013] EWCA Civ 1174

    1. In what circumstances can a colour be registered as a trade mark? In this appeal the answer turns on two of the legislative requirements, as judicially interpreted: a trade mark must be (i) ``a sign'' and (ii) ``graphically represented.'' Applications and registrations of the less conventional kind of subject matter, such as colour, are potentia...

    ... subject of a reference to the Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) under Article 267 of the Treaty for the Functioning ... are not encountered with more conventional trade names and logos. As the registration of a trade mark creates a form of ...The point was whether Libertel, a telecommunications company, could register the colour orange as a trade mark for ...

  • Isis Investments Ltd v Oscatello Investments Ltd & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, November 27, 2013, [2013] EWCA Civ 1493

    1. This is an appeal by the 2nd Defendant, Kaupthing Bank hf (``Kaupthing''), against the decision of Mrs Justice Asplin of 30th January 2013 giving the 3rd Defendant, Mr Elfar Adalsteinsson (``Mr Adalsteinsson'') permission to bring certain new Part 20 claims (the ``new Part 20 claims'') against Kaupthing. The primary issue in the appeal is wheth...

    ...Mr Charles Samek QC and Mr David Lascelles (instructed by Logos Legal Services Limited) for the Respondent/3rd Defendant. Hearing ... an associated loan of £67.15 million made by Isis to a company called Tazamia Limited (the ``loan''). Mr Adalsteinsson ... only for a single insolvency proceeding within the European Economic Area (``EEA'') so as to achieve fairness between ...

  • KGaA v Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp & Ors, Court of Appeal - Patents Court, January 15, 2016, [2016] EWHC 49 (Pat)

    1. The questions that lie at the heart of these proceedings are how a coexistence agreement dating from the 1950s can operate in the age of the Internet: and if its scope of operation is limited, then how the general law applies to the activities of the parties. 2. The chemical and pharmaceutical businesses which are conducted under the Merck name

    ... US'' (although the Third to Fifth Defendants are in fact European subsidiaries). 4. In 1932 Merck Global and Merck US entered into ... for formalistic amendments caused by a change of the company name of the German party, has been submitted to the United States ... under the ``Merck'' (not the ``MSD'') branding and logos. The Merck US witnesses acknowledged that this was so. This in my ...

  • Reed Executive Plc v Reed Solutions Plc, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, May 20, 2002, [2003] ETMR CN7,[2003] RPC 12,[2003] Info TLR 7,[2002] EWHC 1015 (Ch),[2002] Masons CLR 40

    1. This is an action for infringement of registered trade mark and passing off. The centre of the dispute is a website whose domain name is www.totaljobs.com (`totaljobs.com') which is now run by the third defendant but was originally made available by the first and second defendants (`RBI' and `Reed Elsevier'). 2. The registered trade mark in su...

    ... in all probability will necessitate a reference to the European Court of Justice at some stage. vi) Whether the defendants have ... As Mr Reed puts it,. `Even in the 1960s, my company expanded rapidly. An important part of our strategy was to ... There is some evidence of other similar logos (for example, Reed Healthcare) but nothing turns on this. This ...

  • Football Association Premier League Ltd & Ors v QC Leisure & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 24, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1411 (Ch)

    Mr Martin Howe QC, Mr Andrew Norris, Mr Thomas St Quintin and Mr StephenVousden instructed by Molesworth Bright Clegg on behalf of AV Station Plc and Mr Chamberlain and OBG Cameron Banfill LLP on behalf of the other Defendants Hearing dates: 15, 17,18, 21 – 25, 28 – 30 April and 1 – 2 May, 5 June 2008 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Judg...

    ... Africa, the sub-licensee was (but is no longer) a holding company called Arab Media Corporation (“AMC”). Matches were broadcast ...-border reception of broadcasting services within the European single market. They argue that broadcasters or programme content ... xxix) IMG adds logos, video sequences, on-screen graphics, music and English ...

  • Logos a-gogo: the private sector's involvement in sport, the arts, charities and even community projects is increasing apace, writes Camilla Berens. But how can companies ensure that they achieve an acceptable return on their sponsorship deals?

    ... of Kettering Town FC became the first British football team to walk on to a pitch with a company brand name printed on their shirts in January 1976, little did they know that they were opening the ...The striker-turned-businessman pointed out that European clubs such as Bayern Munich had been attracting sponsorship for some years and he joined forces ...

  • The Smell Of Trade Marks

    ...These questions among others have escalated up to the European Court of Justice (ECJ) in a recent trademark case. A trademark is ...Logos make another important set of trademarks, with the Shell Logo ntifying the goods and services of an Anglo-Dutch oil company. More unusual trademarks exist, the shape of a Coca-Cola bottle ...

  • Reed Solutions Plc -v- Reed Business Information Limited and Others

    ... ("RBI") are part of a large multi-national publishing company whose publications include large sections dedicated to job ...RBI had used two logos incorporating the words "Reed Elsevier" and "Reed Business ... available to a company, subject to any reference to the European Court of Justice. More importantly perhaps the Court of Appeal ...

  • Sante de Suisse (Australia) Pty Ltd v Bauhinia International, Court of Appeal - Nominet UK Dispute Resolution Service, December 05, 2005, [2005] DRS 2997

    The complaint was lodged with Nominet on 27 September 2005; hardcopies were received on 28 September 2005. Nominet validated the complaint and notified the Respondent by letter dated 28 September 2005. An electronic copy of the letter was attached to an email and sent by Nominet to the administrative contact email address and to postmaster@slimis...

    ...The Complainant is an Australian registered company which owns the intellectual property rights to logos and other ...The judgement of the European Court of Justice in BMW v. Deenik, Case C-63/97, is often ...

  • Best Buy Co Inc & Anor v Worldwide Sales Corporation Espana SL, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, May 24, 2011, [2011] EWCA Civ 618

    1. This is an appeal brought by the first claimant, Best Buy Co. Inc, a US corporation, and the second claimant, its UK subsidiary, Best Buy Europe Distributions Ltd (together ``the claimants'') against the dismissal of their claim against Worldwide Sales Corporation España SL (``the defendant'') for threats of proceedings for infringement of a tra...

    ...(``BBES''), applied in the European Trade Mark Office (``OHIM'') for a Community trade mark ... and the words BEST BUY as depicted in [the defendant's] logos are not distinctive.''. 11. The October letter requested details ... J in John Summers & Sons Ltd v The Cold Metal Process Company 65 RPC 75, 95, quoting in turn from Bennett J in Wilson & Bates ...

  • Hawkes v Cuddy & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, December 13, 2007, [2008] BCC 390,[2007] EWHC 2999 (Ch)

    1. Mr Geraint Hawkes and Mr Mike Cuddy are both successful Welsh businessmen with a strong interest in rugby. Both have been long-term supporters of Neath Rugby Football Club. Mr Hawkes owns and manages a company called F.G. Hawkes Western Ltd. Mr Hawkes founded the company, which began trading as a builders' merchant in the mid-1980s. It now impor...

  • Branding Is Everything!

    ...logos as trade marks early on in the lifecycle of a product. A. trade ...to object to the incorporation of a company under a name that. conflicts with or is similar to existing trade ...Specific references have been made to the European Courts. so that the laws across Europe are the same. As ever, ...

  • Eden Aesthetics Distribution Ltd v Fightback (National) Ltd, Court of Appeal - Nominet UK Dispute Resolution Service, October 03, 2005, [2005] DRS 2822

    The Complaint was lodged with Nominet on 27 July 2005. Nominet notified the Respondent of the validated Complaint on 29 July 2005. The Respondent replied to the Complaint on 16 August 2005. The Complainant filed a reply on 25 August 2005. Since a resolution to the dispute was not achieved by mediation, the Complainant paid Nominet the appropria...

    ... and royalty free licence to use its trademarks, logos and trade names, and all derivatives thereof, including Agera and ... web addresses, 14 of the 20 names in fact pertaining to European addresses and not the UK. If there existed intellectual property ... as this is the registered trademark of a leading skincare company. g. Discussion and Findings. General. To succeed in this ...

  • HM Revenue & Customs v Debenhams Retail Plc, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, July 18, 2005, [2005] EWCA Civ 892

    1. As from 1st October 2000, anyone who shopped at a Debenhams store, paid by card and took the unusual trouble to read the top copy of the till slip which he or she signed and returned it to the assistant would have seen at its foot the words: ``I agree that 2.5% of the above value is payable to DCHS for card handling services. The total amount I

    ... customer had known it) was to enable whichever Debenhams company was selling the goods to claim that it should pay VAT on only ... this court on that issue would have to be subject to the European Court of Justice's decision in the Halifax case. Lindsay J ... each of Your premises the cards and scheme identification logos/decals. 7. Fees and Charges. 7.1 In return for Us providing you ...

  • Scotland's Year Of Innovation, Architecture And Design – Protecting Innovation In 2016

    ... as diverse as construction products, tools and equipment, company logos and packaging and consumer products. Indeed, in some cases ... (OHIM) which from March this year will be known as the European Union Intellectual Property Office (EU IPO), not to be confused ...

  • Flower industry blooming.

    ... the Kenya rose has ensured it has a unique place in the European Union." . Roses, the most popular flowers, showed an export .... It has introduced silver and gold standard logos to encourage members to attain the highest levels of good .... "A company-wide policy and plan is required for both worker health and ...