12 Jun '18, 4pm

Louboutin wins court battle over red soles:

Louboutin wins court battle over red soles In 2012, Christian Louboutin took the Dutch high street chain Van Haren to court for selling high heeled shoes with crimson soles. Under European law, companies cannot trademark common shapes of products such as the soles of shoes. Therefore, Van Haren argued that applying red to a shoe sole came under that law and, as a result, Louboutin did not have trademark protection. But on Tuesday, the six-year legal battle finally came to a close when the European Court of Justice said that shape trademarks do not apply to Louboutin's red sole. {

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