Obvious Chinese knockoff ruled trademark infringement of Under Armour
This is way, way worse than Jordan vs. Qiaodan.
Chinese company Uncle Martian was ruled a trademark infringement upon Under Armour by a higher court in Fujian province, as reported by ESPN's Darren Rovell.
The court's decision is immediately obvious to anybody who compares the two eerily similar logos, the two designs, and even the two company names. It's an egregious knockoff.
Under Armour filed a $15-million lawsuit against Uncle Martian last summer, arguing that it was "blatant" use of its logo, name, and intellectual property. Uncle Martian, however, denied those connections.
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