The construction and demolition plant hire firm launched legal action against a company previously known as Hague Plant Excavations and run by Martin Hague, a former director of Hague Plant.
It brought the action after Hague Plant Excavations set up in competition to Hague Plant Limited in 2009.
Under the terms of a court order by the High Court in Leeds, both MHH Contracting and Martin Hague, have undertaken to rebrand and cease any further use of the Hague and Hague Plant names.
The defendants have been ordered to pay costs and damages.
Patrick Cantrill, Partner and Head of Intellectual Property at law firm Walker Morris said: “This is an important victory for Hague Plant.
“The name is well recognised in their industry and the trade mark infringement was shown to be causing commercial damage to their brand.
“The case also demonstrates how vital it is for businesses to protect the commercial value of their brand and trade marks.”