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Annabel's (Berkeley Square) Ltd v G Schock (trading as Annabel's Escort Agency)

[1972] RPC 838

Case summary last updated at 02/02/2020 21:09 by the Oxbridge Notes in-house law team.

Judgement for the case Annabel's (Berkeley Square) Ltd v G Schock (trading as Annabel's Escort Agency)

C were owners of a well-known London club. Alleged passing off, and sought injunction to stop D carrying on business under the name ‘Annabel’s Escort Agency’. Held:
·        Is a misrepresentation by D.
·        Hence as public believe there is association between C and D, is harm to goodwill and reputation of C.
Ø  As escort agencies have a negative public image.
·        However is impossible to quantify this harm to C’s goodwill.
Ø  Therefore an injunction is appropriate remedy.

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