By  on January 11, 2018

PARIS — Puma has obtained a preliminary injunction against Philipp Plein from a German court after the sporting goods giant accused the Swiss designer of using a cat logo similar to its own, Puma’s head of intellectual property, Neil Narriman, confirmed on Thursday.

The regional court of Düsseldorf’s injunction prevents Plein from selling clothes in Puma’s homeland, Germany, that bear a scratchy, leaping tiger that Puma claims resembles its pouncing cat logo.

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