US Polo Broke Trademark Deal, Ralph Lauren Says

Law360, New York (October 11, 2013, 8:36 PM ET) -- Ralph Lauren Corp. told a New York federal court Thursday that the U.S. Polo Association Inc. is refusing to abide by a 2003 settlement governing the use of the company’s iconic mounted polo-player trademark.

In its complaint, Ralph Lauren accuses the USPA, brand company USPA Properties Inc. and India-based master manufacturer Arvind Inc. of breaching a contract drawn in 2003 as a partial settlement to a lawsuit over the use of the word “polo,” USPA's double-horseman mark and other logos similar to Ralph Lauren’s polo player...
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