IP special report: Crimes of fashion

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A spate of litigation over copying has taken the catwalk into the courtroom, marking a new trend in designers actively pursuing rival fashion houses. Practice area: IP/IT A spate of litigation over copying has taken the catwalk into the courtroom, marking a new trend in designers actively pursuing rival fashion houses. In this IP/IT Special […]

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