Adidas loses appeal about H&M’s two stripes

Ending a trademark dispute that began in 1997, the Dutch Supreme Court has dismissed an appeal by Adidas against a lower court’s ruling that a two-stripe logo used by Hennes & Mauritz did not infringe on its iconic Three Stripes. A key factor in H&M’s success was a market research ...

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