Kim Rainford, Author at Glenville Walker & Partners

Author: Kim Rainford

Christian Louboutin has been embroiled in a bitter Court battle against Van Haren to protect his signature scarlet sole since 2012, when the Dutch shoe retailer, Van Haren, launched high-heeled shoes with red soles as part of their Fifth Avenue by Halle Berry line. Louboutin claimed that this was an infringement of his trademarks in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg.  The Dutch Court in The Hague agreed and granted a temporary injunction against Van Haren.  In 2014 an appeal against this...

It’s a game of two lions that’s causing great controversy amongst spectators. Following the unveiling of UKIP’s new lion head logo, which includes a stylised lions head as does the Premier League logo, speculation is mounting as to what steps, if any, the Premier League will take, but what exactly are their options? As the Premier League have owned their registered trademark which includes the lion’s head and the words ‘Premier League’ since 2016, they have various rights under the Trade...