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SUNDAY, 5 APRIL 2009
Trouble for Gucci's face-to-face Gs in Sweden
According to a news item in The Local, global fashion emporium Gucci failed in its attempt to register its two face-to-face Gs logo in Sweden. Despite the fact that this logo is ubiquitous and has been registered in a large number of countries, the Swedish Court of Patent Appeals upheld a decision of the Patent and Registration Office that the same symbol, accompanied by the Swedish word Sömnadsindustri ("dressmakers"), was already owned by a business registered in Västra Frölunda, a suburb of Gothenburg.
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