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TUESDAY, 24 NOVEMBER 2009
Germany: Otto buys Quelle trade marks
The credit crunch and its consequences: Germany biggest catalogue shopping business, Quelle, recently announced its bankruptcy. Website e-recht24 now reports that Quelle's competitor Otto-Versand has acquired the trade mark rights for the Quelle brand and its various house and logo marks. e-recht24 further reports that is not yet clear whether Otto-Versand itself plans to use the Quelle marks or whether it might grant licenses to third parties.
More information on Quelle's insolvency can be found here (in English)
Posted by: Birgit Clark @ 08.23
Germany, German trade marks, credit crunch,
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