Trademark News & Screw-ups Chanel Files Ugly Suit Against What Goes Around Comes Around, Citing Fakes

People often ask me if mentioning someone else's trademark without permission is ever OK. My answer is that it's OK—as long as you're not trying to create an impression of having some association with that other trademark. That's precisely what Chanel is trying to prove in this case. Looking at the photo used in the article, I can understand Chanel's concern.

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