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Levi’s Sues Kenzo for Tabs on Jeans Pockets

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Levi’s is keeping tabs on one of its signatures—the red tab—and it’s going after Kenzo for using something similar. The San Francisco-based denim company is accusing French label Kenzo of trademark infringement for using tabs on its jean pockets. According to Reuters, the complaint filed with the U.S. District Court in San Francisco said Kenzo’s…

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