||All England Reporter
|| All ER (D) 61 (Jan)
|| EWHC 3387 (Ch)
||Jonathan Moss (instructed by Venner Shipley LLP) for BDC.
||Stewart Chirnside (instructed by Penningtons Maches LLP) for Dvize.
||21 December 2017
Trade mark - Infringement - Jurisdiction
Trade mark Infringement. The defendant company unsuccessfully applied to challenge the jurisdiction of the court, in a case involving alleged trade mark infringement. The Chancery Division held that the evidence relied upon by the claimant company established a good arguable case that defendant had threatened to use the trade marks in the UK and it was appropriate that the claim should be heard in the English court.
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