||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 52 (Aug)
||Michael Edenborough (instructed by Laytons) for the claimant.
||The defendant appeared by its representative.
||11 August 2005
Trade mark - Infringement - 'Likelihood of confusion' - Use of similar trade marks - Parties' business including selling of teas - Claimant owning trade marks in word 'DRAGONFLY' - Defendant using sign depicting pictorial dragonfly - Whether likelihood of confusion established - , ss 10(2)(b).
The court allowed the claimant company's application for summary judgment against the defendant company in respect of its claim for infringement of its European Community and United Kingdom trade marks for the word 'DRAGONFLY', on the ground that the claimant had established the existence of a likelihood of confusion pursuant to s10(2)(b) of the .
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