|| All ER (D) 214 (Jul)
Peter Smith J
||Peter Leaver QC and Philip Roberts (instructed by Willoughby & Partners) for the claimants.
||The first and fourth defendants appeared in person.
||12 July 2002
Trade mark - Mark - Container - Coca-Cola - Infringement - Claimants alleging infringement of intellectual property rights - Whether defendants knowingly involved in counterfeiting operation.
In proceedings brought by the United States Coca-Cola Company and its United Kingdom subsidiary in which it was alleged that the defendants had been knowingly involved in a counterfeiting operation, the court ruled that, on the evidence, the claimants had made out their case and, accordingly, the claim would succeed.
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