Adidas Wins Trademark Suit Vs. Nike Over Three-Stripes Logo
The Dusseldorf district court ordered Nike stop selling a pair of workout pants with two parallel stripes stitched along the seam, which Adidas had complained could easily be confused with its own three-stripes logo.
The court ruled that Nike, as well as German clothing manufacturer Tom Tailor, had infringed Adidas' trademark by using the two parallel lines.
In Nike's case, the...
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