StockMarketWire.com - Safestyle UK said it had not been successful in securing interim injunctive relief against NIAMAC Developments, trading as Safeglaze UK, which it had been pursing in a legal claim.

The claim asked a court to determine whether Safestyle was entitled to injunctive relief and damages from what it considered to be passing off, the misuse of confidential information, unlawful means conspiracy and malicious falsehood.

At a first hearing in May, the court made a number of orders against Safeglaze UK and certain individuals, Safestyle said.

The orders were made on an interim basis, pending further order or final order of the court. They included a number of injunctive orders preventing Safeglaze UK and certain individuals from undertaking various actions, and an order requiring them to provide specified documents to Safestyle.

At the second hearing on Monday, the company said it was not successful in securing interim injunctive relief against the use of the Safeglaze UK brand.

'However, the court upheld a number of injunctive orders previously made preventing Safeglaze UK and certain named individuals from undertaking various actions,' Safestyle said.

'The court also made an order preventing Safeglaze UK from using Safestyle's name or logo.'

'Those orders have been made on an interim basis, pending further order or final order of the court, and the court ruled that Safestyle will be entitled to seek a proportion of its legal costs in obtaining those orders from Safeglaze UK.'


At 8:38am: [LON:SFE] Safestyle UK PLC share price was +1.4p at 36.6p



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