||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 207 (Jan)
||G appeared in person.
||The defendant did not attend and was not represented.
||26 January 2001
Practice - Parties - Adding defendant - Action to restrain infringement of trade and passing off by companies - Companies' sole directors two minors - Father joined as defendant - Appeal - Whether arguable that father in control of companies.
In circumstances where two minors were the sole directors of companies the subject of an action for trade mark infringement and passing off, and where those two minors were appointed as such by their father in bankruptcy, it was not unarguable that the father was in control of those companies thus entitling the court to join him as a defendant to the action.
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