Edward Chalfie, Dennemeyer U.S. attorney, and Olivier Lombardo, attorney at Dennemeyer in Luxembourg have been quoted in Bloomberg news article “Nissan’s Infiniti Seeks U.S. Trademark for Formula 1 Bend.”
The article reviews Nissan’s trademark application for “Eau Rouge”, currently being considered by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. “Eau Rouge” is a Formula 1 uphill racetrack bend at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit located in Belgium.
While Nissan’s intention is to make use of the ”Eau Rouge” trademark for one of its luxury cars currently under development (called Infinity), this could entitle the Wallonian government owning the circuit to receive compensation from any sales of the car, according to Edward Chalfie.
Read the full article on the Bloomberg website.