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Louis Vuitton Sues Google (associated Press)
Posted 27 October 2003 - 06:53 PM
Posted 27 October 2003 - 10:55 PM
Surely if these companies gave mathematics and the general laws of economics time enough to play out their own affiliates would be using this ad space vice other competitors.
If the competitor has such a competitive advantage to where they can convert better posing as you than you can being yourself, does that not indicate other business problems within the company that is suing?
Technology is changing the world, people are trying to hold onto what was a past success and well they will soon find it fails.
Posted 28 October 2003 - 03:24 AM
An authorised dealer got hold of these jeans and sold them in the uk, the trademark holder sued, and won their case for sellin (wait for it) counterfiet goods? their argument being that the items in question were not mde for the UK market so the dealer had no right to sell them.
Recently however Tesco decided enough was enough, and they started doing the same, only this time tesco are not an authorised dealer, they were sued, and Yesco won out, as the courts decided it was monopoly price fixing, and that the dealer had no rights to restrict the movement or sale of goods anywhere in the UK, at last justice was done.
MY POINT? well at no time was the transport company sued for actually bringing in the goods, nor the ferry comapany for trasporting the wagon carrying the goods, so why sue google? surely it is the instigator that gets sued not the carrier.
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