The label “unauthorized” must be from the encyclopedia that came out last year about the TV show. Jeskfit. An earlier decision on this was overturned by a lower court on Tuesday.
Hermann Koch and Michel Romain, two of the makers jskfit They went to court in October last year because they wanted to get to jskfit-encyclopedia for Noblesse Publishing House. The book was written without their knowledge.
The judge granted them access, after which the men again went to court. This time they wanted it to be clear to buyers that they had nothing to do with creating the book and invoked the trademark right. The judge ruled in favor of Romain and Koch and ordered the publisher to supply all books with a label that read “Unauthorized”.
Noblesse resumed. The company’s lawyer said it should still be possible to publish an unauthorized book on a phenomenon like jskfit† The Press Freedom Fund, founded by the NVJ Syndicate of Journalists and the Association of Editors in Chief, supported the publishing house and helped pay for appeals. They found that the judge did not take into account journalistic interests in the ruling.
On Tuesday, the publisher on the right was found.
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