By  on October 10, 2018

PARIS — Alfred Dunhill has been awarded 10 million renminbi, or $1.44 million, following a Guangdong Province court ruling that men’s wear brand Danhuoli was guilty of trademark infringement and unfair competition practice.

The case was heard by Foshan Intermediate People’s Court and centered on Danhuoli’s logo, which featured tall, stretched-out letters, in black and white and all lowercase, imitating the “long tail mark” of the Dunhill logo.

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