Burberry Gets 100K in Trademark Dispute

Jones, Nina
July 2006
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;7/21/2006, Vol. 192 Issue 13, p2
Trade Publication
This article reports on the ruling of a U.S. District Court in Manhattan, New York regarding the trademark infringement case filed by Burberry against Marco Leather. In addition to paying Burberry damages, Marco Leather was ordered to abandon its trademark application and to halt use of all design details deemed to be confusingly similar to Burberry's.


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