Don’t try to hide the truth in a case of ‘bad faith’

The Federal Court has allowed an appeal in Enagic v Horizons on grounds including s 62A of the Trade Marks Act that the application subject to the opposition was filed in ‘bad faith’. The determination of this ground heavily turned not only on the evidence that was submitted, but also evidence that was not submitted or was redacted.

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