Originally Posted by Locozodiac
Generally speaking you can't do much about suing somebody if your material has not been legally copyrighted in the country that's infringing your rights.
That's why big reputed brands work hand in hand with trademarks and patents law offices in most countries worldwide to protect their names, logos, etc when wise guys uses them liberally and freely. You can get their attention, but that would be just about all.
Be surprised if that's true, I know two small local (to me) companies that have just gone to court over passing off. I had done work for both of them (I supply print, signs, workwear and design services). One of them probably had been sailing a bit too close to the wind with his approach to setting up his business and the other did take some money off of him in court (and forced a name change).
Appreciate that this is in Spain but that is EU ?
I've not even looked at the link, just pointing out that there MAY be something you can do. I didn't expect the case between my two local companies to come to anything and it did.