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Ugg Prevails (Again) in Five-Year Trademark Dispute

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A federal appeals court rejected an argument Friday that could have spelled the end of Deckers Brands’ U.S. trademark on the word “Ugg.” The footwear conglomerate originally sued Australian Leather in 2016 for using the terms “Ugg” and “Cardy” to sell products online visually similar to its own and for which it possessed U.S. trademarks….

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