Art Triumphs Over Fashion In LV's 'Hangover' Ruling

By Ryan Davis (June 19, 2012, 10:31 PM EDT) -- A judge's ruling that a scene in "The Hangover Part II" involving a counterfeit Louis Vuitton bag did not infringe the luxury brand's trademark illustrates the wide leeway makers of creative works have in using trademarks and how difficult it can be for brand owners to prevail in such cases, attorneys say....

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