Infringement of pharmaceutical trademarks is not what the doctor ordered
Kitson, a Los Angeles boutique, has found itself in the crosshairs of a pharmaceutical giant for using a trademarked prescription drug name, Vicodin, on its clothing designs. This case raises interesting questions on whether the parody or commentary of a registered trademark can triumph over a brand owner’s duty to act on public health grounds against alleged infringers.
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