Where a producer (P) has appointed a distributor (D) for a specific territory, he might want to prevent D:
These are perfectly understandable as commercial requirements, especially where different brands, wine styles, labels, and packaging are carefully tailored to specific markets. But to what extent will the law permit a producer to impose and/or enforce them?
Registered trade marks are the primary means by which a producer can exercise some control. The basic principle is that .....
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