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The trademark attorney discusses his successful representation of Full Colour Black, the greetings card company at the heart of a trademark dispute with Banksy.
WIPR spoke to Aaron Wood, trademark attorney at Blaser Mills, who represented Full Colour Black in its trademark battle against the street artist, to discuss the strategy behind the win.
Can you explain why Full Colour Black's invalidity action against Banksy's trademark won?
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