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Trademark dispute sinks Cipriani restaurant

Intellectual Property Newsletter

Trademark dispute sinks Cipriani restaurant

The Cipriani London restaurant, favourite eatery of celebrities such as Elton John and Naomi Campbell, has filed for administration after losing a costly trademark battle.

The restaurant was ordered to pay more than £7.5m in damages, when a Court of Appeal judge ruled that the CIPRIANI name infringed a trademark owned by Orient-Express Hotels for its famous Venice hotel – Hotel Cipriani. Cipriani London said it was calling in administrators ‘to protect its assets’ while it attempts to challenge the ruling.

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