Alaska Airlines contractually obliged to pay Virgin for right to use VIRGIN

The claimants, Virgin Aviation TM Limited and Virgin Enterprises Limited (‘Virgin’), entered into a contract with the defendant, Alaska Airlines Inc (formerly Virgin America Inc) (‘Alaska’), on 19 November 2014. The contract licensed certain trade mark rights to Alaska and the use of the Virgin name (together, the ‘Virgin brand’).

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