26 March 2019Trademarks

EU fines Nike $14m; SCOTUS rejects ‘Jumpman’ case

The European Commission  has fined Nike   12.5 million ($14.1 million) after an antitrust investigation found that it banned traders from selling licensed merchandise to countries within the European Economic Area (EEA).

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