German car maker, BMW, wants to put the lid on cheap spare parts. A case that's recently been argued in the North Gauteng High Court involving serial IP rights litigators BMW and a competing supplier of often identical but much more affordable replacement or "pirate" car parts, called Grandmark. Who's more right, less wrong?
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