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Er…well if I started an online webstore called Amazon women, should I expect trouble?

Or a sneaker company called Nike’s best, what should I expect?

I’m sorry but  Crystal is well known in the US as a champagne and I’m willing to bet money that these winemakers knew that and had discussed whether their use of the term for a similar ware might cause an issue.

Whatever the case may be, publicity for their winery will definitely bode well for them.

My two cents

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@mimik posted:

Er…well if I started an online webstore called Amazon women, should I expect trouble?

Or a sneaker company called Nike’s best, what should I expect?

I’m sorry but  Crystal is well known in the US as a champagne and I’m willing to bet money that these winemakers knew that and had discussed whether their use of the term for a similar ware might cause an issue.

Whatever the case may be, publicity for their winery will definitely bode well for them.

My two cents

well in your case it would be .. Neiki's best or Amazin women.

i mean else Cristal should sue Crystal springs

@g-man posted:


@g-man posted:

I don’t you think you understand what trademark infringement is all about. These are not the same wares. Picasso pizzeria down the block and Picasso software isn’t a problem as they represent different wares or products. If both names referred to the same product, then you may have an issue. ´May’ because it’s complex issue that Trademark  offices have to deal with when registering a trademark.

here’s a quick intro,

https://www.legalmatch.com/law...rk-infringement.html

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