US dating site has no 'goodwill' trad...

US dating site has no 'goodwill' trademark rights in UK

There are 1 comment on the The Register story from Oct 18, 2011, titled US dating site has no 'goodwill' trademark rights in UK. In it, The Register reports that:

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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Since: Oct 11

Montréal, Canada

#1 Oct 19, 2011
don't miss the opportunity to be with oil business today you try to mail me on my yahoo address ( don't miss small scale business start with any amount you have in oil business today

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