Dior triumphs in ECJ resale case
Luxury goods companies received a boost from Europe’s highest court last week after the ECJ ruled that trade mark owners can oppose the resale of their products by discount stores
In its ruling in a lawsuit between couture company Christian Dior and Copad, which owns a chain of discount shops that sells remaindered stock, the European Court of Justice said that a trade mark owner can bring an action against...
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