Publication of unauthorised use of a trade mark data tables
The Sentencing Council has published data tables, detailing recent sentencing trends for the offence of unauthorised use of a trade mark.
This is in preparation for the launch of the Council’s Unauthorised use of a trade mark definitive guidelines, which will be published tomorrow (Thursday 5 August 2021).
The data tables include statistics on volumes and sentencing outcomes for the offence covered by the definitive guidelines which cover both individuals and organisations
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