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’’, 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’’, 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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