Let’s take another look at Specsavers v Asda – Technology Law Update

Posted October 20th, 2014 in appeals, EC law, news, trade marks by sally

‘Well-known optical retailer Specsavers uses a logo composed of green overlapping ellipses overlaid with its name ( you can see their branding here). Specsavers had registered as a Community trade mark a black “wordless” version of the linked ellipses. Asda started using branding for its own opticians service that included ellipses that touched but did not overlap, overlaid with the words “ASDA” and “Opticians” in each ellipse. Specsavers sued Asda for trade mark infringement.’

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Technology Law Update, 17th October 2014

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