In this issue:

- Questions Left Unanswered by Louboutin Case

- Supreme Court Rules on Covenant Not to Sue

- An Eye for Fashion: New York Magazine Presents New York’s

- Women Leaders in the Law

- Anonymous Comments Allowed as Evidence of Confusion

- Media Spotlight: Becoming a Fashion Designer

- Excerpt from: Questions Left Unanswered by Louboutin Case:

The most highly anticipated case in the fashion world in 2012 was Christian Louboutin v. Yves Saint Laurent, in which footwear designer Christian Louboutin sued design house Yves Saint Laurent over footwear incorporating a red sole, claiming that it infringed Louboutin’s trademark registration covering a lacquered red sole on footwear.

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Topics:  Christian Louboutin, Covenant Not to Sue, Evidence, Fashion Industry, Likelihood of Confusion, Nike, Registration, SCOTUS, Trademarks, USPTO

Published In: Art, Entertainment & Sports Updates, Civil Procedure Updates, General Business Updates, Constitutional Law Updates, Intellectual Property Updates

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