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Choose and use your adwords with care

02 July 2014

In the recent case of InterCity Group (NZ) Ltd v Nakedbus NZ Ltd, a key lesson emerged: a competitor can effectively use your trade mark as a Google keyword without being liable for trade mark infringement. However, use of someone else's trade mark as a keyword in conjunction with other visible forms of use – in the text of an online ad for example – does constitute trade mark infringement.

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