Trademark News & Screw-ups Indonesian “Pierre Cardin” wins lawsuit against the French designer

Most countries do not recognize the concept of unregistered (common-law) trademarks. Which means: no registration = no protection. Many countries do not recognize the concept of famous trademarks that give their owners more leeway in dealing with copycats. It's extremely difficult for international brands to be fully protected in each and every country for each and every one of their brands. National protectionism rampant in many countries does not help either.

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