Trademark News & Screw-ups Ugg: kick in the guts as Aussie maker loses US trademark case

This demonstrates two things: the importance of protecting your brand in all jurisdictions that matter to your business and what can happen if your online sales target a jurisdiction where someone else had trademarked a brand similar to yours. You may think the brand should never have been registered in the first place but unless you have resources to challenge it, the brand is fully enforceable against you. Being defiant and rebellious may feel good, but it can also be quite costly, as in this case.

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