The Italian Supreme Court rules on the use of Ferrari’s trademarks by unofficial owners’ club
The NCTM IP team is happy to announce that with decision number 26498/2013, issued on 27 November 2013, the Italian Supreme Court, upheld the petition proposed by NCTM law firm on behalf of Ferrari and overruled the Court of Appeal’s decision which considered legitimate the use of Ferrari trademarks by an unofficial Ferrari owners’ association, named Ferrari Club Milano…
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