Mon, 09/02/2019 (All day)
Our Madrid office achieved a remarkable success acting in trademark litigation for our client Premier Tech, a leading Canadian company in, among others, the horticulture and agriculture product industry, against Spanish competitor Symborg, in relation to the use by this latter of the sign “MycoUp Activ”, similar to our client’s registered EU trademark “MycoActive”.
In its Decision dated 2 September 2019, the EU Trademark Court no. 2 in Alicante upheld the claim filed by Premier Tech admitting the existence of trademark infringement by the opposite party’s use of the conflicting sign "MycoUp Activ".
As a result of the trademark infringement found, the Court ordered the adverse party to cease and refrain from exploiting in trade the products bearing the conflicting sign, to destroy and withdraw any such products from trade, to pay damages and the legal costs of the infringement claim.
The case is currently under appeal.
Our team members assisting and representing Premier Tech are Luis Fernández-Novoa, Laura Cantero and Carmen Amor.
Caroline Levesque and Christina Tenbrock promoted to the partnership of HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER
EU intellectual property boutique firm HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER has promoted Caroline Levesque and Christina Tenbrock to the partnership.
HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER’s Brussels partners have appointed Liesbeth Weynants as their new managing partner, succeeding Steven Cattoor.
We are extremely proud to have no less than 13 lawyers recognised as Rising Stars by Managing IP.
The Madrid office of HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER has obtained an important victory for HUAWEI.
In a decision dated 29 November 2019, Commercial Court no. 7 of Madrid has dismissed in its entirety a claim filed by a company called TOT POWER CONTROL (TOT) against HUAWEI and VODAFONE, regarding the use of OLPC (Outer Loop Power Control) technology.
HOYNG ROKH MONEGIER successfully acted for several publishing houses in the field of scientific and academic publications (Elsevier, Springer Nature, ao) against four leading Belgian Internet Service Providers (ISPs) (VOO, PROXIMUS, TELENET and BRUTELE).