In a trademark infringement case against an online marketplace (whose name is not publicly available), the Turkish Civil Assembly of Chambers held in January 2014 that it was jointly liable for hosting counterfeit products. The case has significant implications for online auction and shopping websites.
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trademark, trademark infringement, First Instance Court