Jack Wills Limited v House of Fraser [2014] EWHC 110

Represented the successful claimant in a trade mark infringement and passing off claim relating to the Jack Wills pheasant logo. The issues included the role of intention in establishing unfair advantage, identity of the average consumer and the need for positive evidence of an impact on the economic activity of the defendant’s goods. 

See also: Hogarth Chambers News: Jack Wills Pheasant Rules the Roost
 

Practice Area

Intellectual Property
 

Related Barristers

Roger Wyand QC

Andrew Norris

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