As I'm busy preparing for Friday's talk, I can't launch into a jeremiad on the flaws of the Audemars Piguet decision just now. (You'll find an unbiased summary of the ruling here.) I will, however, provide a preview of the portions of the Judge's opinion that I find especially problematic, via the ill-suited platform of LAW OF FASHION's woefully underfollowed Pinterest account.
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Louis Vuitton sends absurd cease-and-desist letter to Penn Law
over student event flyer (and more fun with trademark abuse!)