Added on 07.12.2018
The office advises a Latvian logistics company in a customs seizure case related to goods worth more than 1`300`000 EUR. The goods were detained on the basis of the EU regulation No. 608/2013 due to possible trade mark infringement. The trade mark owner alleges that the seized goods bear his registered “colour position” trade mark as applied… Read more »
Added on 29.11.2018
The office represents and assists clients in filing of the EU trade mark non-infringement claims with Latvian courts. The clients are involved in a cross-border dispute where the EU trade mark owner requests without due cause losses in the amount of 250`000 EUR from each client for non-existent EU trade mark infringement.
Added on 26.10.2018
The office advises its client on repackaging and relabeling of perfumery and parallel imports. Selling of repackaged and relabeled original perfumery has become an independent business model with wide potential. This involves complicated legal issues related to trade mark law since the brand owners might have legitimate reasons for to oppose further commercialisation of the goods… Read more »
Added on 28.09.2018
The office advises a group of companies on different aspects of cross-border trade mark infringement related to selling of spare parts for cars. The companies received cease and desist letters from the trade mark owner demanding considerable compensation for alleged trade mark infringement.