NEW YORK — Polo Ralph Lauren has won a court battle over Westchester Media Company and the use of the Polo trademark.
The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit unanimously affirmed a lower trial court’s decision that enjoined the use of the name Polo in connection with Westchester Media’s publication of a fashion and lifestyle title called Polo Magazine. The appellate court upheld a ruling that prevents use of the Polo name on the magazine’s cover unless it is accompanied by a bold and prominent disclaimer reading: "Not affiliated with Polo Ralph Lauren."
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