LONDON — Burberry on Wednesday said it has appealed a ruling by state officials in China that would see its iconic Haymarket check pattern on leather goods used freely by other companies.
Earlier this month, China’s Trademark Office canceled Burberry’s trademark for the taupe, black, white and red check pattern — one of the brand’s oldest plaids — on grounds that it had expired and was no longer valid.
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