Connect with us

Business

Australian ugg boot maker loses trademark appeal against US giant Deckers – ABC News

Eddie Oygur has lost another round of a multi-year legal battle against UGG trademark owner Deckers, but is vowing to take his fight to the Supreme Court.

Published

on

Article feature image

Western Sydney ugg boot maker Eddie Oygur has lost a US court appeal against footwear giant Deckers.

  • Owner of the UGG brand, Deckers, holds the trademark in more than 130 countries
  • Eddie Oygur was found to have infringed Deckers’ trademarks but appealed against the decision
  • Mr Oygur says he now has no choice but to take the matter to the US Supreme Court

Mr Oygur, the owner of Australian Leather, has now vowed to take his fight to be able to sell sheepskin boots as uggs outside Australia to the US…

Click here to view the original article.

Continue Reading
Advertisement

You might also like ...

3 exciting small cap ASX shares to watch this month
Article feature image
Good news for shoppers, with service promising near-instant refunds due for pre-Christmas rollout – NEWS.com.au