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Spare Parts and Accessories: ECJ Provides Guidance
In the recent decision of Gillette -v- LA-Laboratories Ltd OY, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) has provided some welcome guidance on when it is lawful for a company to use another brand owner's trade mark to refer to compatible accessories or spare parts e.g. a supplier of inkjet cartridges selling its goods as "Canon compatible cartridges".
UK
25 May 2005
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Lambretta Crashes Out In Court Of Appeal. Has Copyright Protection Fallen Out Of Fashion?
Casualwear brand Lambretta has suffered a defeat in the Court of Appeal in a case of particular relevance to clothing designers. The judgement was delivered on 15 July 2004. Lambretta had sued Teddy Smith and Next for allegedly copying their design for a tracktop. Lambretta had not claimed originality in the entire design (the tracktop had a retro-vintage theme recalling sportswear of the 1970s and early 80's). Rather, they claimed originality in their choice and layout of the colours of the
UK
26 Oct 2004
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