Turf war over polo logo returns to court

Turf war over polo logo returns to court
The Intellectual Property Office of Singapore ruled that Ralph Lauren had not been able to prove that its single-polo player mark had acquired a "badge of origin" reputation. It also said USPA's logo (above) had to be viewed as a whole - with both its letters and image - as neither was dominant.
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