Media holding loses tabloid trademark battle, averts radio row

Csonka, �gnes
February 2003
Budapest Business Journal;2/10/2003, Vol. 11 Issue 9, p12
Reports that media holding Hid Radio Rt might be forced to pay damages to publisher Ringier Rt for trademark infringement case in 2001. Overview of the case; Law firm representing Ringier; Ringier's initiation of legal proceedings based on the Competition Act.


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