3-D trade marks

Chahil, Ravinder
August 2002
Brand Strategy;Aug2002, Issue 162, p34
Trade Publication
Examines a trademark infringement dispute between Philips Electronics NV and Remington Consumer Products Ltd. filed in Great Britain. Facts of the case; Claims and contentions of the opposing parties; Laws relevant to the case.


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