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Thursday, February 07, 2008



is this a legitimate ruling???? can Tommy Hilfiger keep you from selling items to Europe? isn't this a free country?

Tommy Hilfiger is objecting to your resale of branded goods carrying the Tommy Hilfiger trademark, bought in the US and (re)sold in or to countries part of the European Economic Area ("EEA"; that is the European plus Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway

This has also been confirmed by the European Court of Justice in the case Silhouette/Hartlauer. You can find the English version of the decision at entering case number C-355/96.

Bob from Online Debt Collection Review

Good to know that there are some courts out there who are making correct rulings! Most people have accidentally written one bad check in their life. To be terrorized because of one mistake like that would be disgusting.


By the way, which day of the week is reptilian? I have already thought of Thursday that way.

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