All posts with the tag: Territorial Effect

In Enterprise v Europcar, Arnold J held that the geographical scope of an injunction granted to restrain trade mark infringement and of the inquiry as to damages should be limited to the UK, even though the case involved a European Community trade mark. The court also granted the claimant a publicity order for three months. … Continue reading Community trade mark injunction restricted to the UK

In Alfa Finance Holding AD v Quarzwerke GmbH, the High Court considered whether to grant specific performance (a type of mandatory injunction) of a clause in an agreement between the parties which gave the claimant a right of access to various documentation. On 31 December 2012, the parties entered into an agreement whereby the defendant … Continue reading Court grants order for specific performance and confirms some general principles in relation to injunctions

Cosmetic Warriors Ltd v Amazon.co.uk Ltd concerned the form of injunction granted in a trademark infringement case in the context of keyword use.  Amazon had been held to have infringed the community trade mark (“CTM”) LUSH (that also being the trading name of Cosmetic Warriors) via its use of the keyword LUSH in sponsored adverts … Continue reading Form of injunctive relief to be imposed in trade mark infringement case