27 July 2018Trademarks

Nike ad campaign infringes 'LNDR' trademark, says UK court

A clothing brand has been successful in preventing  Nike from using the term ‘LDNR’ in its ‘Nothing beats a LDNR’ advertising campaign, based on an earlier trademark.

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