Brand in UK Law
Roger Maier and Another v ASOS Plc and Another
......Com Limited Respondents/Defendants . Roger Wyand QC and Benet Brandreth (instructed by Bird & Bird) for the Appellants/Claimants . Daniel Alexander QC and Andrew Lykiardopoulos QC (instructed by Dechert LLP) for ......
Jadebay Ltd and Another v Clarke-Coles Ltd Trading as Feel Good UK
...... Since March 2011 the Claimants have purchased flagpoles made by a manufacturer in China, packaged them in their own packaging branded with the Sign and/or Trade Mark, imported them into the UK and sold them through two internet-based sales channels. The First Claimant sells the ......
Specsavers International Healthcare Ltd and Others (Appellants/ Claimants) v Asda Stores Ltd (Respondent /Defendant)
...... the Trade Marks Act 1994, for example by Jacob J in British Sugar v James Robertson & Sons Ltd  RPC 281 ; by Neuberger J in Premier Brands UK Ltd v Typhoon Europe Ltd  FSR 267 ; by Pumfrey J in Decon laboratories v Fred Baker Scientific Ltd ; and, indeed, by me in Julius ......
O2 Holdings Ltd v Hutchison 3G UK Ltd (No 1)
......So it was decided to advertise against the big brands comparatively. The intention was to do so "in a robust but fair way." . . 8 After checking with TV advertising voluntary regulators ......
Julius Samaan Ltd v Tetrosyl Ltd
......One of the brands under which it sells car care products is "CarPlan". In the autumn of 2003, Tetrosyl began to market an air freshener for cars and other vehicles in ......
- Arsenal Football Club Plc v Reed (No 2)
Argos Ltd v Argos Systems Inc.
...... relied on the statement of the CJEU in Case C-487/07 L'Oreal v Bellure  Bus LR 303 (a case about comparisons made between perfume brands) at : “As regards the concept of “tak[ing] unfair advantage of … the distinctive character or the repute of the trade mark”, ......
O2 Holdings Ltd (formerly O2 Ltd) v Hutchison 3G Ltd (No 2)
....... Mr Justice Lewison . Introduction 4 . . Brands 6 . . Launch of O2 7 . . O2's advertising 8 . . Use of the trademarked bubbles 14 . . ......
Hasbro Inc., Hasbro SA and Hasbro UK Ltd v 123 Nahrmittel GmBH and Marketing & Promotional Services Ltd
...... in a consent order in which each of the defendants gave temporary undertakings as follows: "… not to undertake any material re-brand prior to judgment or further order in this action (and for the avoidance of doubt, "material re-brand" shall include elevating the prominence ......
- Société Des Produits Nestlé SA v Cadbury UK Ltd
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