Heart of YSL-Louboutin lawsuit resolved

A U.S. appeals court has, in a roundabout way, ruled that Christian Louboutin's red soles merit trademark protection. The designer sued Yves Saint Laurent in April 2011, arguing that its use of red soles infringed on its patented look. The court dismissed the claims, but noted that the sole is ...

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