28 July 2020TrademarksRory O'Neill

Federal Circuit split over ‘Naked’ condoms

An Australian contraceptive wholesaler has legal standing to challenge a trademark for the ‘Naked’ brand of condoms, the  US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has ruled.

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