Closing in on copycats

Gay, Alison
June 2003
Cabinet Maker;6/27/2003, Issue 5344, p3
Trade Publication
Examines figures from intellectual property firm ACID that state that most design copying complaints arise from exhibitions. Role of exhibition organizers; Vulnerability to copy infringements on products.


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