Renato Rinaldi Sues Jil Sander

The item at issue is a so-called “upside-down heel” invented by Renato Rinaldi, an Italian shoemaker near Florence who says he patented this as an invention in 2001. Rinaldi says he has launched a patent infringement in a Florence court against Jil Sander, which has not only developed and marketed ...

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