Trademark News & Screw-ups Japan's Muji sues Singapore retailer Iuiga for alleged trademark infringement

When your marketing statements contain references to somebody else's trademarked brand, you have to be very careful not to say something that isn't true or something that would imply a special relationship with that trademark owner if that relationship doesn't exist. Trademark owners like to control the use of their brands by others. Often they can't do much, but when you make false statements, it can easily trigger a lawsuit.

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