Sky comes out on top…

It was an interesting move by Skyscape as they understandably wanted to secure their business for the future and wanted comfort that they were not infringing Sky’s marks but at the same time it was highly risky. The always excellent Judge Hacon found that that there was a likelihood that a significant proportion of the relevant public would take it to be a service offered by Sky as well as continued use would lead to dilution of the SKY mark.Â

Perhaps they should have laid low! Â Â

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