Court of Appeal hails London black cabs as not distinctive
In another ruling demonstrating the difficulty for UK trade mark owners to protect their designs, the Court of Appeal has upheld a ruling that The London Taxi Company’s trade marks are invalid. The case would present some interesting issues were it to be pursed to the Supreme Court
The England and Wales Court of Appeal has dismissed an
appeal by The London Taxi Company (LTC) against a High Court
decision that rejected its claims of registered trade mark
infringement and passing off in relation to the launch
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