Ashley Wilde triumphs in copyright wrangle
- Ashley Wilde Group puts a stop to Primark infringement. // Cabinet Maker;3/4/2011, Issue 5727, p6
The article reports on the move of Ashley Wilde Group Ltd. to force Primark Corp. to settle for the infringement of Boulevard pattern.
- Primark in copy wrangle. // Cabinet Maker;4/4/2008, Issue 5582, p4
The article reports that British boutique design house Ashley Wilde threatened to sue retailer Primark in the High Court in Great Britain on grounds of alleged copying of one of its designs. It accused the company of breaching the copyright of its Gardinia bedlinen, which is under license with...
- It's real fly on the wall stuff. // Cabinet Maker;02/27/98, Issue 5077, p32
Reports on London, England-based Ashley Wilde's launching of a denim range of curtains under the Jeantex brand.
- The verdict. // Cabinet Maker;11/21/2003, Issue 5365, p22
Comments on house furnishings manufacturer Ashley Wilde's Web site.
- Reference–Another Fine Mess. Callegari, Paul // Credit Management;Feb2002, p36
Focuses on issues regarding advice reference in personnel management. Challenges faced by employers in giving references; Principles of employers in giving references; Significance of references in negotiating severance or settlement of Employment Tribunal claims; Factors affecting the employers...
- Only a click away. Baum, Stephanie // Cabinet Maker;11/21/2003, Issue 5365, p22
Evaluates house furnishings manufacturer Ashley Wilde's Web site. Sections; Products featured on the Web site; Ease of use.
- Ashley Wilde Debuts KAI Lines. // Home Textiles Today;1/9/2006, Vol. 27 Issue 16, p16
The article reports that Ashley Wilde Group Ltd. has launched eight collections of Heimtextil in Frankfurt under its new company, KAI, in the U.S. It is also debuting printed and woven collections under the Ashley Wilde Brand and throws and cushions under the Leon Brunswick Brand. Ashley Wilde...
- Copyright case settled. // Cabinet Maker;03/17/2000, Issue 5179, p3
Reports on the settlement of United States-based upholstery fabric company Chatham Fabrics' lawsuit against rival Microfibres.
- Streamer copyright case settled. Hearn, Ted // Multichannel News;03/06/2000, Vol. 21 Issue 10, p48
Reports an out-of-court settlement of a copyright dispute between the Canada-based Web site iCraveTV and Buffalo, New York television stations in Washington D.C. Details of the compromise; Account on the illegal Internet broadcasting of intellectual property by iCraveTV; Significance of...