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Guess and Gucci end trademark tussle

Luxury fashion brands Guess and Gucci have settled a nine-year trademark battle over a logo featuring interlocking letters Gs.

The two labels announced they have signed an agreement to end all outstanding intellectual property litigation.

The terms of the agreement were not disclosed but in a joint statement, Gucci and Guess said: “The agreement is an important step for both companies in recognising the significance of protecting their respective intellectual property portfolios and design creativity.”


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  • Their lawyers must have gone on holiday at the same time...

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