Trademark News & Screw-ups Orange Order told to stop selling 'unlicensed' poppy merchandise after probe by veterans' charity

Just because you're a charity doesn't mean your brand has no value. Just because you're charitable doesn't mean you should let others take advantage of the goodwill your brand has generated. Especially because you're charitable, it makes those who infringe on your brand and sell products that many would think come from your charity, look really bad.

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