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CJEU rejects warehousing liability under trade mark law

Out-Law News | 07 Apr 2020 | 11:52 am | 2 min. read

Businesses that store goods on behalf of others cannot be held liable under trade mark law for trade mark infringement where the goods stored infringe trade mark rights, so long as they have no plans to advertise or sell the infringing goods themselves, the EU's highest court has ruled.