Monday, 21 July 2008
Trade mark auction resolves judicial dispute
Writing on the Class 46 European trade mark weblog, Ignacio Marqués describes a recent Spanish trade mark auction that was conducted by a court as a means of resolving a lengthy dispute between two joint owners of a trade mark that was a key asset of a jointly owned business. The mark, represented here, which is well known in Spain for dried fruits, fetched 7.12 million euro following bidding between the two brothers who owned the business. You can read about this auction here.