Brand in UK Law

  • Roger Maier and Another v ASOS Plc and Another
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 01 April 2015
    ... ... a deliberate policy which Assos has implemented to try to ensure that the consumer's purchasing experience is consistent with the high quality brand image associated with the ASSOS name. For like reasons, Assos has not encouraged sales on the internet and does not have an online store ... 4 ... ...
  • Jadebay Ltd and Another v Clarke-Coles Ltd Trading as Feel Good UK
    • Intellectual Property Enterprise Court
    • 13 June 2017
    ... ... to sell in the Amazon catalogue through its EAN or ASIN number; reviewing the description of the item which includes a description of its brand and manufacturer; confirming that the item it wishes to list is the same as that in the listing it wishes to join; pricing the item including ... ...
  • Specsavers International Healthcare Ltd and Others (Appellants/ Claimants) v Asda Stores Ltd (Respondent /Defendant)
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 31 January 2012
    ... ... alleged were confusingly similar to their registered trade marks and took unfair advantage of their product names, trade marks, packaging and brand image. One of the L'Oréal products was called Miracle and another Trésor. They were said to be infringed by products called Pink Wonder and Coffret ... ...
  • O2 Holdings Ltd v Hutchison 3G UK Ltd (No 1)
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 05 December 2006
    ... ... It did enable the newcomer to "piggyback" a known brand, but the interests of consumers, competition, and a free market allowed this. Such is the basic UK common law position. There was a statutory ... ...
  • Julius Samaan Ltd v Tetrosyl Ltd
    • Chancery Division
    • 17 March 2006
    ... ... It bears the brand CarPlan on its base and is sold in a box which has an illustration of the product on the outside. It has primarily been sold in a counter display ... ...
  • Argos Ltd v Argos Systems Inc.
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 09 October 2018
    ... ... was not sought out by ASI and was not without some unwanted adverse effects for ASI, was not accompanied by any transfer of reputation or brand" characteristics to ASI's goods or services (although I accept this is not a determinative consideration), and, overall, was not, in my view, unfair.\xE2\x80" ... ...
  • Sky Ltd (formerly Sky Plc) v Skykick, UK Ltd
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 26 July 2021
    ... ... 2. Email ... Sky offered an email service to SKY BROADBAND customers under the SKY brand. 3. Online data storage ... Sky have offered SKY PHOTOS, a service which allows users to create, view, organise, store, print and share ... ...
  • Hasbro Inc., Hasbro SA and Hasbro UK Ltd v 123 Nahrmittel GmBH and Marketing & Promotional Services Ltd
    • Chancery Division
    • 11 February 2011
    ... ... 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 ... ...
  • O2 Holdings Ltd (formerly O2 Ltd) v Hutchison 3G Ltd (No 2)
    • Chancery Division
    • 23 March 2006
    ... ... Customer numbers 16 ... Industry recognition 17 ... Press comment 18 ... O2's protection of its brand 19 ... H3G 20 ... Toil and trouble 20 ... Toil: H3G's campaign 20 ... Trouble: the offending ... ...
  • Societe des Produits Nestle SA v Cadbury UK Ltd
    • Chancery Division
    • 17 January 2014
    ... ... Brand Manager for Nestlé UK), Alex Hutchinson (Heritage Assistant for Nestlé UK), Clive Barnes (Assistant Vice-President of Nestlé's Research and ... ...
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