Jaguar Land Rover Fails Trademark Case Over Defender SUV in the UK court bid to get the trademark rights for the state of its iconic Defender SUV Trademark, freeing billionaire Jim Ratcliffe’s Ineos Group to go forward with the Grenadier off-road vehicle.
A London court on Monday dismissed an appeal by JLR. The UK Intellectual Property Office had found the shapes it sought to get protected weren’t unique enough.
Judge statement on the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR)
In this case, the judge has confirmed the Intellectual Property Office’s verdicts that the shapes Jaguar Land Rover Fails Trademark Case Over Defender SUV
- However, they required that while some followers may notice the differences in design as important.
- They may be unimportant or may not even list with average consumers.
- JLR noted its failure in the ruling, given that the SUV Defender’s Trademark has already trademarked in several other markets.
- In JLR report, it had disappointed by the ruling and that the Defender’s shape has trademarked in several markets.
Read know more.. about business trademark registration.
The Land Rover Defender is an iconic wheel
The Land Rover Defender is an iconic vehicle which has a portion of Land Rover’s past, present, and future. It has a distinctive shape instantly recognizable and signifies the Land Rover brand around the world. However, Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) has just lost a court battle in the UK as it tried to maintain the trademark rights for the state of its legendary Defender SUV Trademark.
It has a unique shape that is instantly recognizable and implies the Land Rover brand around the world.” Ineos said the “that the trademark of the Defender does not serve as a badge of origin for JLR’s goods. We proceed with our launch plans and are excited to bring the Grenadier to market in 2021.”
Download E-Startup Mobile App and Never miss the latest updates relating to your business.