Supreme Court confirms that use of third-party trademarks for smell-alike perfumes is unlawful
The Supreme Court has dismissed the appeal filed by smell-alike perfume company Equivalenza over claims of trademark infringement. The court, referring to L’Oréal v Bellure, held that Equivalenza took advantage of the reputation of perfumes of well-known brands.
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