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Adidas and H&M Grapple With New Ruling in 23-Year-Old Trademark Dispute

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Adidas and H&M continue to duke it out over a 23-year-old trademark claim. On Jan. 28, The Netherlands’s Hague Court of Appeals issued a new ruling in a case dating back to 1997, finding that defendant H&M did not infringe on Adidas’ Three Stripes trademark in a collection of exercise apparel. The ruling forges a…

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