Singer Manufacturing Company v Loog

JurisdictionEngland & Wales
CourtChancery Division
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6 cases
  • L'Oréal SA and Others v Bellure NV (Case C-487/07)
    • United Kingdom
    • Chancery Division
    • 4 October 2006
    ...timet action." 169 In the course of his review Aldous LJ referred to two cases which bear on the present action. The first was Singer Manufacturing Co. v. Loog (1882) LR 8 App Cas 15. In that case the plaintiffs established that the name "Singer" denoted their machines. The defendants, whol......
  • Warnink (Erven) Besloten Vennootschap v J Townend & Sons (Hull) Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • House of Lords
    • 21 June 1979
    ...were peculiar to the plaintiff's goods. One of the most emphatic statements of the law on this point was made by Lord Watson in Singer Manufacturing Co. v. Loog (1882) 8 App. Cas. 15, 38 as follows: "The legal consequence of these facts is that the appellant company have a right—an exclusiv......
  • British Telecommunications Plc v One in A Million Ltd
    • United Kingdom
    • Court of Appeal (Civil Division)
    • 23 July 1998 advertising, selling, requesting information, criticism, and the promotion of hobbies. 10 The Judgment 11The judge referred to Singer Manufacturing Co v Loog (1880) 18 ChD 395 and Reddaway v Banham (1896) AC 199 as two cases which set out the principles upon which the law of passing-off ......
  • Australian Medic-Care Company Ltd v Hamilton Pharmaceutical Pty Ltd (Acn 008 204 635)
    • Australia
    • Federal Court
    • Invalid date
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