The twitter series hosted by Adams & Adams continues with a discussion on this case involving a spat with Philip Morris and Westminster Tobacco Products over the PARLIAMENT trade mark in South Africa which had been registered since 1952. PM sought to cancel two trade marks on grounds of non use. Tune in to find out if they succeeded. Lawyers working on the case are newly branded Kisch IP (representing PM) and Spoor & Fisher (representing Westminster).
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