LoL threatens legal action over name

January 1999
Cabinet Maker;01/08/99, Issue 5120, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on British leather upholstery retailer Land of Leather's issuance of a threat to sue rival Landmark for copying its name. Landmark's opening of a store with the Land of Leather name in Aberdeen, Scotland; Statement made by Landmark chairman Malcolm Parkinson about the issue.


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