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Chrysler fails to get “Imported” injunction

by David Zatz on

Federal judge Arthur Tanow rejected Chrysler’s request for an injunction to stop Pure Detroit from selling clothing badged as “Imported from Detroit,” despite Chrysler’s trademark. The judge claimed that there could be no confusion among customers as to the clothing being from Chrysler, assuming that the only harm that could come to Chrysler would be from such confusion.

Chrysler donates proceeds from “Imported from Detroit” clothing to charity. The company has applied for a trademark on the phrase in clothing and automotive uses.

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