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Bizarre European ruling allows Italian designers to use Steve Jobs brand and Apple-like logo
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La Repubblica Napoli reports that Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato first applied to register the Steve Jobs brand name, and logo with the Apple leaf and bite taken out of it, back in 2012. The story begins in 2012 when the two Neapolitan entrepreneurs
Italian clothing maker defeats Apple, wins rights to use ‘Steve Jobs’ trademarkAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
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Published On: Thu, Dec 28th, 2017

Bizarre European ruling allows Italian designers to use Steve Jobs brand and Apple-like logo – 9to5Mac


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Bizarre European ruling allows Italian designers to use Steve Jobs brand and Apple-like logo
9to5Mac
La Repubblica Napoli reports that Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato first applied to register the Steve Jobs brand name, and logo with the Apple leaf and bite taken out of it, back in 2012. The story begins in 2012 when the two Neapolitan entrepreneurs ...
Italian clothing maker defeats Apple, wins rights to use 'Steve Jobs' trademarkAppleInsider (press release) (blog)
Apple Keeps Losing Legal Battles to an Italian Company Called 'Steve Jobs'Gizmodo
The Italian Clothing Brand Steve Jobs Has Nothing to Do With Apple's Steve Jobs. And It's Totally LegalFortune
New York Daily News -ValueWalk -TechSpot -The Verge
all 26 news articles »

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