Trade marks vs free speech

June 2007

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Our feline friend the IPKat brings news of a tricky little case involving the interface between trade mark dilution and free speech. In Miss World Ltd v Channel 4, a judgment delivered on 16 April, Pumfrey J ruled on the conditions under which interim relief should be refused in a trade mark case on free speech grounds under s.12 of the Human Rights Act.

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