Intellectual Property Magazine's May 2012 article on the Louis Vuitton-Penn Law School dispute, by Charles Colman

Posted by Charles Colman

The Penn Law "Fashion Law" symposium whose flyer drew the ire of Louis Vuitton may have come and gone without incident, but that doesn't mean the dispute should be forgotten.  In this month's Intellectual Property Magazine (UK), this writer - one Charles Colman of Charles Colman Law, PLLC - reflects on the LV-Penn spat and discusses the risks of an overly aggressive trademark enforcement strategy.  (If the text in the document below is too small for you to read, click here for a larger version.)





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