Bus Eireann to introduce new evidence in Aircoach case

{ "#" : "Bus Eireann has been given permission by the High Court to introduce new evidence in its battle for the trade mark ‘‘Aircoach’’," , "i" : "writes Kieron Wood."}

11th August, 2007

{ "#" : "Bus Eireann has been given permission by the High Court to introduce new evidence in its battle for the trade mark ‘‘Aircoach’’," , "i" : "writes Kieron Wood."}

Bus Eireann applied to register the ‘‘Aircoach’’ name in October 1999, even though a private company, Last Passive, which operates the Aircoach service to and from Dublin Airport, had been using the name for its airport coach services for at least four months....

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