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Amazon loses Lush keyword battle

12 February 2014

The High Court judgment handed down on Monday 10 February 2014, which ruled in favour of Lewis Silkin's client Lush, has been covered in a Managing Intellectual Property article.

The judgment found that Lush established infringement of its trade mark, citing that the average consumer would generally be unable to ascertain that the goods identified by Amazon’s online search results in response to a search for ‘LUSH’ were not the goods of or connected with Lush.

You can read the article in full on the Managing Intellectual Property website here.

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