Google France and Google v Louis Vuitton Malletier (Intellectual Property): ECJ 22 Sep 2009

ECJ (Opinion of advocate General Poiares Maduro) – The court was asked whether it was lawful for Google to allow its advertisers to specify trade marks in the keywords against which Google users could search.
Held: Google’s practice was not unlawful.
C-238/08, [2009] EUECJ C-238/08 – O, [2010] EUECJ C-238/08
Bailii, Bailii
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See AlsoGoogle France and Google v Louis Vuitton Malletier (Intellectual Property) ECJ 22-Sep-2009
ECJ (Opinion of Advocate General Maduro) The court considered the alleged misuse of trade marks as keywords for internet searches. . .
See AlsoGoogle France and Google (Intellectual Property) ECJ 22-Sep-2009
Opinion – The AG consideed the applicable law as regards the use of trade mark names within websites to attract internet search engines. . .

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Updated: 19 February 2021; Ref: scu.375109