INTA: red sole ruling threatens trade mark law
The International Trademark Association argues that the Christian Louboutin v Yves Saint Laurent case “is vitally important to the development of trade mark law” in an amicus brief filed yesterday
In August, Judge Victor Marrero denied Louboutin's motion for a preliminary injunction barring Yves Saint Laurent from marketing shoes with red outsoles.
The designer shoe maker said the Yves shoes infringed its trade mark for the red sole, registration number...
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