Louis Vuitton wins dispute over ‘custom-made’ goods in Japan
Counterfeiters infringe ‘most distinctive’ trademarks, says Louis Vuitton
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The EU General Court today sided with luxury fashion brand Louis Vuitton in two separate trademark appeals, which both date back to 2014.
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