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Europe’s highest court has ruled that an EU trademark owner who believes their IP has been infringed, may sue before an EU court in any member state in which the infringer’s ‘advertised to’ consumers are based.
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Court of Justice of the European Union, AMS Neve, Heritage Audio, trademark infringement, English Court of Appeals, UK Intellectual Property and Enterprise