Children’s ride-on suitcase maker Magmatic (owner of the Trunki brand), has lost its design battle with PMS International. The Supreme Court today has dismissed Trunki’s appeal and has concluded that PMS International’s competitor ride-on suitcase did not infringe Trunki’s Registered Community Design.
We reported on the earlier Court of Appeal decision here in our 2014 review of design cases.
Our analysis of this decision will follow shortly. However, if you have questions in the interim, including how this decision may affect your rights, please feel free to get in touch.
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