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Three recent decisions involving a trademark dispute between a member and a former member of English rock band Deep Purple have created potential problems for all post-grant trademark invalidity proceedings based on bad faith, a lawyer has claimed.
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Deep Purple, trademark opposition, trademark, EU General Court, music, passing-off, merchandise, Hardwicke