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16 May 2024FeaturesTrademarksAlastair Shaw

Principles ‘recast’ by UK Supreme Court in Lifestyle v Ahmed

The Supreme Court has rewritten the litigation playbook with relief for directors and employees of infringing companies, writes Alastair Shaw, counsel at Hogan Lovells.

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