Supreme Court case could help Chile at the USTR
A recent Supreme Court decision cancelling 17 trade marks found to be confusingly similar to those of a popular US surf wear brand could help Chile to be removed from the Special 301 list
The case began in 2001 when O'Neill, a California surf wear company, attempted to cancel several marks owned by Jorge Rolando Halabi Nacrur, who had been marketing surf wear under the brand name O'Neill in Chile for several years.
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