US dating site has no 'goodwill' trademark rights in UK
The High Court rejected claims made by US online dating company Plentyoffish Media that it was entitled to assert rights over UK-registered trademarks because it had high UK visitor numbers to its website.
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#1 Oct 19, 2011
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