Designers Guild wins `only modern case' on textile design infringement

Lloyd, Mim
January 1998
Cabinet Maker;01/30/98, Issue 5073, p7
Trade Publication
Reports on Designers Guild's victory in its textile design infringement lawsuit against fabrics company Russell Williams. Russell Williams' alleged copying of Designers Guild's Ixia design; Designers Guild representative's comment on the British High Court's ruling on the case.


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