||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 317 (Dec)
||Hugo Cuddigan (instructed by Rowe & Maw) for the claimant.
||The first defendant appeared by its representative.
||The second defendant appeared in person.
||19 December 2001
Trade Mark - Infringement - Advertisement - Application for summary judgment Defendant company using claimant's marks in advertisement - Claimant applying for summary judgment - Whether defendant having real prospect of success at trial ||Whether director of defendant company liable as joint tortfeasor.
In respect of a claim for trade mark and copyright infringement and passing off, the court held that, on the evidence, the defendants' defence amounted to a form of challenge which was without real hope of success. Accordingly, summary judgment was granted in favour of the claimant company.
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