2 July 2020TrademarksRory O'Neill

Sky v SkyKick goes to appeal

Sky v SkyKick will head to the English Court of Appeal, Lord Justice Richard Arnold has ruled, while the judge also found SkyKick to have further infringed the UK telecoms provider’s trademarks.

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