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May
19
2017

A Puma is not a Jaguar. Or is it?

A Puma is not a Jaguar. Or is it?

Car company Jaguar has objected to sports company Puma’s logo. Jaguar considers it too similar. Beginning this month Jaguar has filed a suit against a new trademark application filed by Puma in the United States. So why are these two fighting, you say? The companies and their respective logos have been coexisting for many years, […]

Apr
5
2017

Slipper suit

Slipper suit

Sports brand Puma has filed a law suit over pop artist Rihanna’s shoes. After reports that retailer Forever 21 is offering lookalike versions of footwear from Rihanna’s Fenty line for Puma, the German sportswear brand is striking back with a design patent, trade dress, and copyright infringement lawsuit. Puma claims that the LA-based fast fashion […]

Oct
1
2015

Artimarks

What if Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso and Damien Hirst were hired by the some multinationals to redesign their logo’s? Or what if these artist had made their interpretation of world famous logo’s? Probably, something like this below! These redesigns have, of course, not been made by the artists themselves but by the Italian designer […]

May
13
2014

Puma twins

A visit to another country triggers your senses. In case of trademark attorneys addicted to trademarks, the trademark senses. Visiting a mall or market gives a beautiful insight into the trademarks of that country. MarkMatters was in Panama (which we can very much recommend) and we noticed a trademark twin: Puma. Puma is of course […]