Grey market goods – a crime?
The terms “exhaustion of rights”, “parallel imports” and “grey market goods” come up a lot in the world of trade marks. They generally arise in relation to the fact that a company that has authorised the manufacture and sale of goods under its trade mark can’t use trade mark law to stop the sale of those goods by parties with whom it may have no relationship.
It was held to be common cause that the “grey market goods” described above would give rise to a civil claim for trade mark infringement.
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