It is with great pleasure that we announce that Danubia has been awarded the Companies For The Future Award 2024 as the first-place winner in the Mid-sized Business Category.
The claimant is owner of an international trademark designating Hungary and a European Union trademark for the purple colour mark (“Milka purple”) registered in class 30 for chocolate. The trademark has been used on the trademark owner’s Milka chocolate products. The defendant used also purple package for dragee products.
The plaintiff is the owner of a trademark registered in classes 16 and 35 used for printed materials and advertising, respectively. The defendants used an almost identical mark for periodicals relating to cars and motorcycles. The defendants also published an online magazine website, the domain name of which was almost identical with the plaintiff’s trademark. The claimant sued the defendants for infringement.
Every year, the world, and thus the Hungarian higher education institutions, sit on pins and needles waiting for the arrival of the university rankings, just as their students wait for the announcement of the admission point limits.
The plaintiff is the owner both of a word mark and a device mark comprising the term “Radio 1” as the dominant component of the trademarks. The defendant used the sign “R1 Start” for radio services. The plaintiff granted license for the defendant, then 2.5 months later revoked it, but the defendant continued using the marks.
The plaintiff is owner of the word mark “TV PAPRIKA” registered for services relating to television entertainment and for the production of television shows.
The defendant used the sign “CHILITV” and the domain