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Sanjay Kapur, partner and trade mark attorney at intellectual property firm Potter Clarkson LLP, said: “If the ECJ follow the advocate general’s opinion, then this could mean that [url=http://www.nfrontier.co.uk/christian-louboutin-womens/christian-louboutin-wedges]christian louboutin wedges sale uk[/url] would not be able to stop its competitors, including haute couture fashion houses, from offering shoes with red soles. The red sole could therefore become ubiquitous, which would seriously reduce the cachet associated with the Louboutin brand.”
Kapur said that if the ECJ were to follow Szpunar's opinion "then this could mean that [url=http://www.nfrontier.co.uk/christian-louboutin-womens/christian-louboutin-ballerinas]christian louboutin ballerinas shoes[/url] would not be able to stop its competitors, including haute couture fashion houses, from offering shoes with red soles." Once the ECJ reaches its verdict, it will be up to the Dutch court that referred the case to take the final decision on whether Louboutin's red sole can be a trademark.


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