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National laws cannot allow banks to invoke banking secrecy in an unlimited and unconditional manner in order to refuse to hand over an account holder’s information, Europe’s highest court has ruled in a counterfeiting case brought by Coty.
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CJEU; Coty; Stadtsparkasse; counterfeit; trademarks; CTM; Bundesgerichtshof, banking secrecy