ASSOS v ASOS: High Court provides further guidance as to survey evidence following Marks & Spencer v Interflora
The claimants, Mr Maier and Assos of Switzerland, are the owners of various community trade marks for ASSOS, under which they manufacture and sell, predominantly, cycle clothing. The clothing range is offered through various cycling retailers such as Evans Cycles, Wiggle and Chain Reaction Cycles. The defendants operate the online clothing store, ASOS.COM, and sell clothing aimed at the younger generation under the mark ASOS.
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