By Bryan K. Wheelock, Principal
On May 2, 2018, Burberry Limited sued Target Corporation in the Southern District of New York for trademark counterfeiting, trademark infringement, trademark dilution, false designation of origin, and unfair competition.
In some instances the products do look similar:
Although in some even Burberry’s products do not look like Burberry’s products:
Surely no one has a monopoly on camel plaid. It will be interesting to see how broad Burberry’s rights extend, and how close Target came. For example, is this accused design an infringement?