By  on April 30, 2015

PARIS — Louis Vuitton has been dealt another blow in its long-running battle to recover the trademark rights for its Damier checkerboard pattern.

The European Union’s General Court has thrown out a suit by Louis Vuitton seeking to overturn a 2011 decision that took away its trademark for use of the checkerboard pattern on handbags and related goods. It also ordered Louis Vuitton to pay its opponents’ court costs.

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