16 April 2021TrademarksAlex Baldwin

CJEU clarifies ‘legitimate interest’ in gherkin case

The Court of Justice at the European Union (CJEU) has given its view on what constitutes ‘legitimate interest’ in a protected geographical indication (PGI) modification dispute over German gherkins.

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