A company which was using a competitor’s trade mark in the context of an advert, which made misleading and derogatory comparisons, failed the ‘honest practice’ test, and was abusing the rights to use the other company’s mark under the Act. In this case however each party was guilty of such failures.
Times 08-Feb-1999, Gazette 17-Feb-1999,  EWHC Patents 260
Trade Marks Act 1994 10(6)
England and Wales
Cited – Stephens and Another v Cannon and Another CA 14-Mar-2005
The claimants had purchased land from the defendants. The contract was conditional on a development which did not take place. The master had been presented with very different valuations of the property.
Held: The master was not entitled to . .
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Intellectual Property, Media
Updated: 27 November 2021; Ref: scu.136064