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SPCG Successful for Termo Organika in Unfair Competition Claim

SPCG Successful for Termo Organika in Unfair Competition Claim

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SPCG has successfully represented Termo Organika sp. z o.o. in a dispute with the Styrokon styrofoam manufacturer.

In a case argued before the Regional Court in Krakow, IX Commercial Division, Termo Organika demanded that Styrokon should refrain from marking the styrofoam boards it manufactures with the distinctive elements of grey or black stains, which infringed the exclusive rights of Termo Organika under its registered trademarks and violated the Polish Act on unfair competition. 

In the June 1, 2017 judgment, the Regional Court in Krakow accepted the arguments of Termo Organika and ordered Styrokon to cease the violating actions and to make appropriate statements in the press. The Court's judgment is final and binding.

This is the third industrial property and unfair competition case successfully conducted by SPCG for Termo Organika, following final and binding court judgments it obtained against two other manufacturers of construction products.

Termo Organika was represented by SPCG Partner Jakub Gorski, SPCG Partner Marcin Koper, and SPCG Associate Pawel Lekawski.

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