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PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2016 8:53 am    Post subject: Australian snow boots UGG boots for the right to use the man Reply with quote

Although the Australian Sydney snow boots hot UGG Bailey Button Boots 5803 manufacturer Australian Leather Pty (hereinafter referred to as ALP) as early as the nineties began to produce snow boots, and the use of Australian sheepskin production of 50,000 pairs of snow boots, but ALP has recently faced with the United States The company's "UGG" the right to use the court dispute.


As a "holder" of "UGG", the United States footwear manufacturer Deckers Corporation (hereinafter referred to as DC) in 1999 in the United States, China and Europe and other places "[ur=http://snowbootsoutletr.com/
]UGG Australia Sale[/url]" successfully registered as a trademark.
To this end, DC recently on ALP illegal use of "UGG" trademark initiated legal proceedings, and asked all ALP company's snow boots shipped to the US DC factory and destroyed, all ALP proceeds to DC account and pay millions Australian dollar compensation.
"The small size of our business is nothing compared to the DC," says ALP, founder of ALP. "Because of the use of the word 'UGG', there are many smaller Australian manufacturers, but if we Can be protected by law, will provide hundreds of jobs for Australia and Australia's snow boots manufacturers bring tens of millions of export earnings.
Reported that, UGG in Australia is considered a classic boots products. To this end, many manufacturers believe that "ugg boots" is more like a style. However, DC "UGG Australia" registered as a trademark has made "UGG" the definition of the term ambiguity.
"While DC says its products are 'UGG Australia', it's not really relevant to Australia," O'Gerr said.
In addition, Nick Xenophon, an independent parliamentarian from South Australia, said the DC's legal action "looks like an abuse of the trademark law.
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