Is using a competitor’s trademark as a Google Ads keyword for one’s online campaign just a smart and crafty way of advertising or is it actually unlawful? To find out, have a look at our new article by dr. Ildikó Komor Hennel and dr. Borbála Kováts on keyword advertising as trademark infringement here.
Hi WTR 1000,I have just been browsing the recently published WTR1000 2021: The World’s leading trademark professionals revealed by World Trademark Review:https://www.worldtrademarkreview.com/directories/wtr1000/rankings/hungaryYou said “Ildikó Komor Hennel, a former managing partner of Sár and Partners, now runs the show at Komor Hennel Attorneys. She has been litigating IP cases for...
Ildiko Komor Hennel has been highlighted as one of the best among Hungarian IP practitioners in the 2020 edition of WTR 1000 – the directory of the world’s leading trade mark professionals published by World Trademark Review. As they say – she provides sterling representation in trademark infringement cases and domain name...
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