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A tonic for brand owners

Intellectual Property Magazine

A tonic for brand owners

German retailer Lidl has been ordered to pull its own-brand Hampstead gins from its Scottish stores, after the owner of Hendrick’s gin sued the company for alleged trademark infringement.

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