LOS ANGELES — Glow Industries doesn’t think that J.Lo qualifies for a Glow of her own.
Glow, the Los Angeles-based firm that produces a bath and body care line and the Glow Scent, filed suit in federal court last week claiming that Lopez and her fragrance licensee, Coty Inc., infringed on its trademark through the use of the Glow by J.Lo name on the entertainer’s new fragrance.
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