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Court Documents: Abercrombie & Fitch Sues Surf Style Over Seagull Logo

March 9, 2011 by Eileen Conlan
shefinds | beauty

Another day, another fashion lawsuit. WWD reported Abercrombie & Fitch is suing Florida surfwear company Surf Style Retail Management for using a seagull motif court papers claim are “identical or nearly identical” to Hollister’s flying seagull  closely resembles the logo they use for their Hollister brand.

Though the company had agreed to a cease and desist from A&F back in May, they have since ignored court orders, continuing to use the logo on their apparel. A&F maintains this has “caused, and continues to cause, substantial and irreparable harm to A&F’s goodwill and reputation.” What do you think, would you be easily confused by the seagull?

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Want more juicy lawsuit news? Find out who Juicy Couture is suing over their cursive J, why Hermes is suing a canvas bag company, and what made Givenchy sue BCBG.

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