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Trunki loses ride-on animal suitcase court case

Discussion in 'Intellectual Property & Trademarking' started by Maevla, Mar 10, 2016.

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    Maevla

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    Trunki suitcase founder loses Supreme Court battle with rival Kiddee Cases over similar design.

    http://bit.ly/1LTnHVU

    We've all seen them at airports , many of us will have one in the house, so do you think this decision is a blow for design, or welcome competition?
     
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    Silverisametal

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    I have a Trunki in our house, it's been to many countries with us, I think they're great for racing round airports on, anyway...

    I've never heard of a Kiddee Case, I think it's a bit like those Aldi advertisements... 'I like this child's suitcase, but I also like this child's suitcase'....
     

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