HIGH COURT UPHOLDS REGISTRAR OF TRADEMARKS’ DECISION TO ADMIT NEW EVIDENCE AFTER CLOSE OF ARGUMENTS IN OPPOSITION PROCEEDINGS

By John Syekei Friday, October 14, 2016
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The High Court of Kenya recently declined to interfere with a decision by the registrar of trademarks to admit new evidence after the hearing of an opposition matter. In Republic v Assistant Registrar of Trademarks ex parte Strategic Industries Limited [2016] eKLR, Strategic Industries Limited made an application for orders of judicial review seeking relief against a decision of the registrar of trademarks to accept evidence after the hearing of opposition proceedings.

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