Louis Vuitton loss against Warner Bros proves trade mark owners must choose their battles wisely
A trade mark suit brought by Louis Vuitton against Warner Bros has highlighted the importance of treading carefully when choosing a strategy to combat misuse of trade marks in artistic works
In Louis Vuitton v Warner Bros, the Southern District of New York dismissed a trade mark infringement suit the luxury designer filed against Warner Brothers, finding there was no likelihood that viewers would believe a knockoff bag featured in “The...
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