Diversionary tactics

November 2002
Cabinet Maker;11/22/2002, Issue 5314, p9
Trade Publication
Focuses on the implementation of intellectual property law in the furniture industry. Protection of various furniture products; Cost of corrective advertising; Use of product logo. INSET: Legal aid.


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