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Does Trade Mark Law Really Stop Us from Telling The Truth? L’Oréal v Bellure

“The problem, stated at its most general, is simple. Does trade mark law prevent the defendants from telling the truth? Even though their perfumes are lawful and do smell like the corresponding famous brands, does trade mark law nonetheless muzzle the defendants so that they cannot say so?”
Lord Justice Jacob, L’Oréal v Bellure paragraph 6 Continue reading

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