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Christian Louboutin Wins Court Battle to Uphold His Red Sole Sho

The French luxury shoe designer and YSL are both happy with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimous decision,Louboutin.
Christian Louboutin is probably kicking up his heels with pure joy today.
On Wednesday, a Manhattan appeals court unanimously upheld his trademark on his distinctive and iconic red-soled women&rsquo;s shoes.
A three judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a past ruling that renounced the French shoe designer&rsquo;s claim that his red soled stilettos were protected by a copyright,Christian Louboutin Outlet.
The court&rsquo;s previous decision gave YSL a foot hold for counterclaims that would cancel Louboutin&rsquo;s 2008 trademark and secure damages for alleged interference with its shoe business.
YSL contended it was making all one-color shoes before Louboutin began painting the soles of his $1,000 and up footwear red-soled designs, frequently worn by celebrity fans such as Beyonce, Scarlett Johansson, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Sarah Jessica Parker.
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Wednesday, 30-Apr-2014 04:13 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Christian Louboutin Wins Court Battle to Uphold His Red Sole Sho

The French luxury shoe designer and YSL are both happy with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimous decision.
Christian Louboutin is probably kicking up his heels with pure joy today,Louboutin.
On Wednesday, a Manhattan appeals court unanimously upheld his trademark on his distinctive and iconic red-soled women&rsquo;s shoes.
A three judge panel of the 2nd U.S,Billig Christian Louboutin. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a past ruling that renounced the French shoe designer&rsquo;s claim that his red soled stilettos were protected by a copyright.
The court&rsquo,Christian Louboutin;s previous decision gave YSL a foot hold for counterclaims that would cancel Louboutin&rsquo;s 2008 trademark and secure damages for alleged interference with its shoe business,Billig Louboutin.
YSL contended it was making all one-color shoes before Louboutin began painting the soles of his $1,000 and up footwear red-soled designs,Christian Louboutin Sale, frequently worn by celebrity fans such as Beyonce, Scarlett Johansson, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Sarah Jessica Parker.
The ruling as it now stands gives Louboutin a copyright for red soles that are different from the color of the top of the shoe. Which means YSL can keep selling its solid red heels. And everyone seems very happy with the decision.
Louboutin lawyer Harley Lewin said the designer&rsquo;s firm was ?enormously pleased? that its trademark was found ?valid and enforceable," adding that Louboutin "will be able to protect a life's work as the same is embodied in the red sole found on his women's luxury shoes."
But YSL lawyer David Bernstein was also happy and declared the outcome a ?total victory,? noting, "The Court has conclusively ruled that YSL's monochromatic red shoes do not infringe any trademark rights of Louboutin,Christian Louboutin Outlet, which guarantees that YSL can continue to make monochromatic shoes in a wide variety of colors, including red."
Bernstein's statement said that YSL would likely drop its efforts to cancel Louboutin&rsquo;s trademark ?as long as we have no threat from them."
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Wednesday, 30-Apr-2014 04:12 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Christian Louboutin Wins Court Battle to Uphold His Red Sole Sho

The French luxury shoe designer and YSL are both happy with the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals unanimous decision.
Christian Louboutin is probably kicking up his heels with pure joy today.
On Wednesday,Billig Christian Louboutin, a Manhattan appeals court unanimously upheld his trademark on his distinctive and iconic red-soled women&rsquo;s shoes.
A three judge panel of the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a past ruling that renounced the French shoe designer&rsquo;s claim that his red soled stilettos were protected by a copyright.
The court&rsquo,Christian Louboutin;s previous decision gave YSL a foot hold for counterclaims that would cancel Louboutin&rsquo;s 2008 trademark and secure damages for alleged interference with its shoe business,Billig Louboutin.
YSL contended it was making all one-color shoes before Louboutin began painting the soles of his $1,000 and up footwear red-soled designs, frequently worn by celebrity fans such as Beyonce, Scarlett Johansson, Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen and Sarah Jessica Parker.
The ruling as it now stands gives Louboutin a copyright for red soles that are different from the color of the top of the shoe,Louboutin. Which means YSL can keep selling its solid red heels. And everyone seems very happy with the decision.
Louboutin lawyer Harley Lewin said the designer&rsquo;s firm was ?enormously pleased? that its trademark was found ?valid and enforceable," adding that Louboutin "will be able to protect a life's work as the same is embodied in the red sole found on his women's luxury shoes."
But YSL lawyer David Bernstein was also happy and declared the outcome a ?total victory,? noting,Christian Louboutin Outlet, "The Court has conclusively ruled that YSL's monochromatic red shoes do not infringe any trademark rights of Louboutin, which guarantees that YSL can continue to make monochromatic shoes in a wide variety of colors,[url=http://www.redsole.ch/christian-louboutin-sandals-12]Christian Louboutin Z


Wednesday, 30-Apr-2014 03:02 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Native Americans pressing Nike to ax Chief Wahoo

PORTLAND, Ore. -- A Native American group is calling on Nike Inc. to stop producing and selling products that feature the Cleveland Indians' mascot Chief Wahoo,nike free run, which it calls a "grotesque caricature" of modern Indians.
The logo, which appears on some team caps and jerseys,nike air max 1, depicts a grinning, red-faced cartoon with a feather headband.
The group, called Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry, is planning a protest at Nike's Oregon headquarters in Beaverton this week and is running a social media campaign using the #Dechief hashtag.
"The fact that Nike is selling items that feed into the hostility toward Native Americans is really troubling," said the group's co-founder,nike shox, Jacqueline Keeler. "Major businesses profit off of caricatures of our people. It would not be acceptable for any other group to be portrayed like this."
Nike did not immediately return a call for comment regarding the mascot protest. Supporters of the logo say it's not racist and should be respected because it is part of the team's history.
The group's effort is part of a larger national debate over use of Native American names and logos in sports ? imagery that many consider offensive.
Hundreds of high school and college teams across the country have done away with their Native American nicknames. But many others have steadfastly held to their mascots and logos, prompting continuing protests.
Lawmakers in Oregon this year eased up on a ban on Native American mascots,nike air, opening the door for some schools to keep them.
Native Americans have been protesting Chief Wahoo for years.
In January, the Cleveland Indians made the Chief Wahoo logo less visible and gave more prominence to the block letter "C" for Cleveland, though the team denied it was demoting Wahoo. There were no changes to the uniforms, with Wahoo's face remaining on the team's home cap and on the sleeve of all the team's jerseys ? and opponents say they want the caricature completely gone.
Keeler's group is going around the team owners and targeting companies that produce teams' gear,nike free run 2, starting with Nike.
Nike also runs a fund that promotes Native American sports and recreation programs,nike running, paid for by the sale of footwear designed specifically for and with the help of the Native American community.
But Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry says it wants Nike to be more consistent with its commitment to diversity. In addition to Chief Wahoo products, the company sells branded merchandise for the Washington Redskins football team and for Florida State University,nike blazer, both of which use Native American imagery.www.sportshoe.fr


Wednesday, 30-Apr-2014 03:01 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Native Americans pressing Nike to ax Chief Wahoo

PORTLAND,nike air max 1, Ore. -- A Native American group is calling on Nike Inc. to stop producing and selling products that feature the Cleveland Indians' mascot Chief Wahoo,nike free run, which it calls a "grotesque caricature" of modern Indians.
The logo, which appears on some team caps and jerseys, depicts a grinning, red-faced cartoon with a feather headband.
The group, called Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry,nike free run 3, is planning a protest at Nike's Oregon headquarters in Beaverton this week and is running a social media campaign using the #Dechief hashtag.
"The fact that Nike is selling items that feed into the hostility toward Native Americans is really troubling,nike shox rivalry," said the group's co-founder, Jacqueline Keeler. "Major businesses profit off of caricatures of our people. It would not be acceptable for any other group to be portrayed like this."
Nike did not immediately return a call for comment regarding the mascot protest. Supporters of the logo say it's not racist and should be respected because it is part of the team's history.
The group's effort is part of a larger national debate over use of Native American names and logos in sports ? imagery that many consider offensive.
Hundreds of high school and college teams across the country have done away with their Native American nicknames. But many others have steadfastly held to their mascots and logos, prompting continuing protests.
Lawmakers in Oregon this year eased up on a ban on Native American mascots, opening the door for some schools to keep them.
Native Americans have been protesting Chief Wahoo for years.
In January, the Cleveland Indians made the Chief Wahoo logo less visible and gave more prominence to the block letter "C" for Cleveland,nike blazer, though the team denied it was demoting Wahoo. There were no changes to the uniforms, with Wahoo's face remaining on the team's home cap and on the sleeve of all the team's jerseys ? and opponents say they want the caricature completely gone.
Keeler's group is going around the team owners and targeting companies that produce teams' gear, starting with Nike.
Nike also runs a fund that promotes Native American sports and recreation programs,nike air max, paid for by the sale of footwear designed specifically for and with the help of the Native American community.
But Eradicating Offensive Native Mascotry says it wants Nike to be more consistent with its commitment to diversity. In addition to Chief Wahoo products,nike free, the company sells branded merchandise for the Washington Redskins football team and for Florida State University, both of which use Native American imagery.www.sportshoe.fr


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