Arsenal v. Reed: no favours from ECJ
In the case of Arsenal Football Club v. Reed, the European Court of Justice decided that a?vendor selling unofficial Arsenal?merchandise under a sign declaring the merchandise unofficial was still guilty of trademark infringement.? The Court believed that once the merchandise was taken away from the vendor's stall, it could be confused with merchandise sold under the official trademark.
Publication Name: Intellectual Property Quarterly
Case C-95/04 P, British Airways plc v. Commission, judgment of the Court of Justice (Third Chamber) of 15 March, 2007, nyr.
The case between Virgin Atlantic and British Airways over the abuse of a dominant position in breach of Article 82 EC to bring about reforms of EC competition policy is discussed.
Publication Name: Common Market Law Review
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