Amazon wins territorial trademark case at IPEC
Amazon storing infringing goods not TM infringement, CJEU rules
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An Advocate General for the EU General Court has held that if a company is “actively involved” in the commercial distribution of products, it should take steps to ensure the products do not infringe a third party’s IP rights.
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