Mail order firm settles with C-T in copying row

December 2001
Cabinet Maker;12/7/2001, Issue 5266, p5
Trade Publication
Reports the agreement of furniture industry Thomas Lloyd Group (TLG) for the cessation of sales of the Salisbury and Athena sofas in Great Britain. Complaints of C-T subsidiaries Derwent and Contour of duplication of designs; Response of TLG to the complaints; Out-of-court settlements with the subsidiaries.


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