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WEDNESDAY, 13 JUNE 2018
Swedish scamming decision now final
The Supreme Court of Sweden (Högsta domstolen) has refused leave to appeal against the Svea Court of Appeal’s judgment in the scam invoices case.
This means the appeal judgment, which sentenced several individuals for completed gross fraud, is now final and irrevocable and the criminal proceedings are closed.
More information about the Court of Appeal judgment (20 December 2017, case B 6403-16) is in this post on Class 46.
Read more about the latest developments on the EUIPO website.
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