Discovery Communications Inc v Discovery Fm Ltd: IHCS 25 Jan 2000

It was no defence to an action for trade mark infringement to assert that although the registration covered activities of the type undertaken, the claimant did not actually provide services of that precise type. It is in the nature of such registrations that they reserve to the mark holder the right to develop his activities within the registration class.


Times 25-Jan-2000


Trade Marks Act 1994 10

Intellectual Property, Scotland

Updated: 19 May 2022; Ref: scu.80063