AUSTRALIA: Online Swimwear Business Sinks In Court
An English court's ruling on an Australian apparel company's Internet business could have a devastating effect on other Australian companies trading online. Since 1998, Sydney-based swimwear makers Bo Enfridsson and Tina Hanson have been pursued through the international legal system by Swedish alcohol giant Vin & Spirit - maker of Absolut vodka - which claimed their Absolute Beach label and website infringe the Absolut trademark.
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