The South Korean Supreme Court has dismissed the re-appeal of the foreclosure order of Japan's Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, which has not fulfilled the compensation order for former recruitment workers and former Korean women's volunteers during the Japanese colonial era.
On the 10th, the Supreme Court's first part dismissed the re-appeal against the order to seize patents and trademarks in South Korea, which Mitsubishi Heavy Industries had issued to former recruitment workers, former Korean women's volunteers, Yang Gum-duk said on the 13th.
In 2018, former recruiters and their bereaved families filed a claim for damages against Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, and the victory was confirmed. The court ordered that each victim be paid 100 to 150 million won, but Mitsubishi Heavy Industries did not do so.
However, former recruiters and bereaved families applied for seizure of two types of Korean trademark rights and six patents owned by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries through the Daejeon District Court, and the court granted this. Mitsubishi Heavy Industries opposed this and appealed again, but the Supreme Court finally rejected it.
Attention will be paid to whether the Japanese side will finally accept this ruling as "actual damage" or "crossing the line".
Published : 2021/09/14 21:14 KST
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