CJEU hands brand owners ‘maximum flexibility’ in jurisdictional challenge
Lawyers say the CJEU has correctly ruled that trademark owners can bring cases in national EU courts even if the allegedly infringing actions took place elsewhere
The Court of Justice of the EU has today answered an important jurisdictional question, ruling that an EU trademark owner can bring an infringement action in a member state where it has sales, even if the steps that led to...
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