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  • Merck KGaA v Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp & Ors, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, November 24, 2017, [2017] EWCA Civ 1834

    1. These are appeals against the judgment of Norris J given on 15 January 2016 ([2016] EWHC 49 (Pat)) and his consequential order in these proceedings which concern a dispute between the parties about the use of the word ``Merck'' in connection with their respective pharmaceutical businesses. 2. In 1668 an apothecary's shop opened in Darmstadt, Ger...

    ... FLOWERS Trade Mark (also known as 1-800 Flowers Inc v Phonenames Ltd) [2000] ETMR 369; Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters [2000] ETMR 1025, [2001] FSR 20; [2000] FSR. 697; Dearlove (t/a Diddy) v Combs ...

  • Future Publishing Ltd v The Edge Interactive Media Inc & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, June 13, 2011, [2011] EWHC 1489 (Ch)

    1. These proceedings are brought by Future Publishing Limited for breach of contract, breach of copyright and passing off against two companies registered in the United States, Edge Interactive Media Inc (``EIM'') and Edge Games Inc (``Games Inc'') and Dr Timothy Langdell, an individual of British origin who now lives in Pasadena USA. I am satisfi...

    ...16 (1) (b) of the Copyright Designs and Patents Act 1988. In addition Dr Langdell has continued to threaten to infringe copyright ... into the UK in the absence of the conduct of a genuine business under that mark: see Euromarket Designs Inc v. Peters [2001] FSR 20. Conclusion. 94. The claimant therefore succeeds in ...

  • Lucasfilm Ltd & Ors v Ainsworth & Anor, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, July 31, 2008, [2008] EWHC 1878 (Ch),[2008] ECDR 17,[2009] FSR 2

    1. This is a case about the reproduction of replicas of various props used in the first Star Wars film. The Star Wars films are a series of science fiction films set at some different time and in another part of the Universe, and which feature the struggle between good and evil. They contain a heavy militaristic element, and that in turn requires...

    ... is important because it is the foundation of a large part of the genesis of the actual designs relied on by the claimants. He is clearly a skilled designer with a great eye for meticulous ... He also pointed to Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters and Crate and Barrel Ltd [2001] FSR 288. . 218. In Crate & Barrell the ...

  • KK Sony Computer Entertainment & Anor v Pacific Game Technology (Holding) Ltd, Court of Appeal - Patents Court, October 18, 2006, [2006] EWHC 2509 (Pat)

    1. This is an undefended infringement action involving certain of the claimants' registered designs, registered trade marks and copyrights. It is also another 'exhaustion of rights' case. – with a factual variation in that it involves sales of the claimants' goods into the EEA via an internet website. At the conclusion of the hearing I indica...

    ...This is an undefended infringement action involving certain of the claimants' registered designs, registered trade marks and copyrights. It is also another 'exhaustion of rights' case. – with a ... which has been specifically targeted was well brought out in a summary judgment case, Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters and Crate & Barrel Ltd [2001] FSR 20. This was a decision of Jacob J (as he ...

  • L'Oreal SA & Ors v EBay International AG & Ors, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, May 22, 2009, [2009] EWHC 1094 (Ch)

    1. Are eBay Europe liable for trade mark infringements committed by their users? Do eBay Europe themselves commit infringements by using trade marks in relation to infringing goods? In a nutshell, those are the main questions raised by this claim. This is a test case brought by L'Oréal, one of a number they have brought in courts around Europe (inc...

    ... in the United Kingdom if it is aimed or targeted at consumers in the United Kingdom: see Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters [2001] FSR 288 at [21]-[25] and 800-FLOWERS Trade Mark Application [2000] FSR ...

  • Dearlove (t/a and Professionally Known As 'Diddy') v Combs (t/a and Professionally Known As 'Sean 'puffy' Combs', 'Puffy' and 'P.Diddy'), Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, February 28, 2007, [2007] EWHC 375 (Ch)

    1. This is an application by the claimant (``Mr Dearlove'') for summary judgment in respect of the alleged breaches by the defendant (``Mr Combs'') of the terms of a settlement agreement (``the Settlement Agreement'') set out in the schedule to a Tomlin Order made by Master Price on 5 September 2006. 2. Essentially this is a dispute about the us...

    ...24. The same issue arose again before Jacob J in Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters and Crate & Barrel Ltd [2001] FSR 20. In that case the claimant brought ...

  • Apple Corps Ltd. v Apple Computer, Inc, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, May 08, 2006, [2006] EWHC 996 (Ch)

    1. This is a claim for breach of an agreement made between the claimant and the defendant in 1991 in which they sought to arrive at an agreement as to how they would each use their respective similar marks. The claimant, whom I will call “Corps”, claims that the defendant, whom I will call “Computer”, has acted in breach of that agreement in ci...

    ... As Jacob J observed in Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters [2000] IP & T 1290:. "It may well be that the concept of ...

  • Podnik v Anheuser-Busch Inc, Court of Appeal - Civil Division, October 29, 2002, [2003] RPC 25,[2002] EWCA Civ 1534

    1. These two appeals from decisions given on 3rd December, 2001 by Mr Simon Thorley, QC, sitting as a deputy judge of the Chancery Division, raise questions of construction on s.46 of the Trades Mark Act 1994 (Revocation of registration). Before the judge there were three appeals against decisions of hearing officers acting for the Registrar of Tr...

    ... way colourable, he directed himself by reference to the views expressed by Jacob J in Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters [2001] FSR 20 and concluded that "genuine use" required consideration of the ...

  • Arsenal Football Club Plc v Reed, Court of Appeal - Chancery Division, April 06, 2001, [2001] EWHC 440 (Ch)

    The claimant, Arsenal Football Club (``AFC''), hardly needs any introduction. As Mr John Hazell, its commercial manager and a witness in this action has explained, it was founded in 1886 and has consistently been one of the leading football clubs in the UK over the past century and, since the 1960s, in Europe. It has never been relegated from Divis...

    ... Amongst other things it has used the provisions of section 100 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988 Act to seize in advance of any court order products which it considers consist ...On this point at least, the parties appeared to be agreed on the law. In Euromarket Designs Inc v Peters [2000] IP & T 1290, Jacob J said:. ``57. In this connection it should be borne ...