The appeals raised by the two companies were considered in the Court of Ap...
The Sky and SkyKick case clarifies trade mark law on bad faith – Out-Law.com
Appeal judgment The appeals raised by the two companies were considered in the Court of Appeal. The aspect of its judgment of most relevance to other businesses was the court’s assessment of whether Sky had acted in bad faith when applying for its trade marks covering an extensive range of goods and services. On this issue, Sir Christopher Floyd, who gave the leading judgment for the court with which the other two judges who were sitting agreed, held that he was “in no doubt that Sky's appeal… should be allowed and the judge's order set aside insofar as it cut