Brands work in different markets, with different customers and in completely different price segments, but disputes between them do not disappear.
Designer Tom Brown won a lawsuit against sports brand Adidas for the right to use the three stripes on clothing. The BBC reported it.
The trial has been ongoing since 2021. The initiator is Adidas, which is trying to get $7.8 million in compensation for the use of the brand’s recognizable clothing labels.
However, as it happened, the number of stripes of Adidas and Thom Browne did not match. The latter has four. So the court decided that people don’t associate stripes only with Adidas.
It’s worth noting that since 2008, Adidas has been sued about 100 times over its trademark. So after the first statements, Tom Brown began to use not three, but four pieces.
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