NautaDutilh successfully represented Scor SE, one of the world’s leading reinsurers, in trademark proceedings before the General Court of the EU against Scorify UAB, a Lithuanian company that uses AI to predict consumer habits.
Scorify UAB sought to register its logo as a trademark. However, the General Court ruled that Scorify UAB's logo is not distinct enough from Scor SE's and that there is thus a likelihood of confusion. Consequently, the Court refused to allow Scorify to trade mark its logo.
Scor SE was represented by Tanguy de Haan and Colombe de Callataÿ.
Read more about this case in the press coverage.