The practical impact of the Trunki case
The UK Supreme Court’s decision in the Trunki design dispute has generated debate among design law practitioners, concern in the design community and a reaction from the UK IPO. Kingsley Egbuonu reports
Magmatic's RCDIn a unanimous judgment written by Lord Neuberger, on March 9, the Court affirmed Lord Justice Kitchin’s conclusion that PMS International’s Kiddee Case does not infringe Magmatic’s registered community design (RCD) for the Trunki ride-on suitcase. Although the Supreme...
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