Virtuoso Legal are delighted to announce an conclusive end to the Argos v Argos case, with Argos UK’s appeal to the Supreme Court denied.
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Virtuoso Legal’s Lakmal Walawage and Dr. Martin Douglas Hendry have had an article included in Vol 30, Issue 2 of Entertainment Law Review. The article concerned an in-depth case review of the Argos v....
The Question of Unfair Advantage of Famous Reputation Brands: Online, Internationally and Programmatically
This blog is the second part of our series following our successful landmark ruling in the matter of Argos Ltd v Argos Systems Inc in the Court of Appeal. “Piggybacking” off a well known brand’s reputation? Lakmal Walawage looks at the question of unfair advantage online, through AdSense and outside the jurisdiction of famous brands.
Virtuoso Legal’s IP Protect litigation team, led by Philip Partington, have secured a further landmark ruling in the Court of Appeal in the case of Argos Limited (“Argos UK”) vs Argos Systems Inc (“Argos US”), successfully defeating Argos UK’s appeal.
The intellectual property litigation team at Virtuoso Legal have secured a landmark ruling in the High Court. Argos Limited, the large UK-based high street retailer and e-tailer, has had their entire claim dismissed against...