Christie-Tyler duo win copying case

May 2001
Cabinet Maker;05/18/2001, Issue 5238, p3
Trade Publication
Reports the court success of the case of Christie-Tyler firms Cambria Model and Pendragon against Mistral furniture company in Great Britain. Decision of the High Court on the copying of upholstery designs by Mistral from both firms; Claims of Mistral on the originality of the designs; Estimated cost of damages to Mistral.


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