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Europe’s highest court has said that article 22(4) of the Brussels Regulation, a provision dealing with the exclusive jurisdiction of courts, does not apply to disputes over trademark ownership.
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Brussels Regulation, CJEU, Court of Justice of the European Union, trademark, Article 22(4) of Council Regulation (EC) No 44/2001