Converse filed the complaint in November 2014, claiming there was rampant copying of the iconic shoe, beloved by athletes, celebrities and skateboarding teens, with more than 1 billion Chuck Taylor All Stars sold over the past century.
Converse filed the complaint in November 2014, claiming there was rampant copying of the iconic shoe, beloved by athletes, celebrities and skateboarding teens, with more than 1 billion Chuck Taylor All Stars sold over the past century. Tribune News Service
Converse filed the complaint in November 2014, claiming there was rampant copying of the iconic shoe, beloved by athletes, celebrities and skateboarding teens, with more than 1 billion Chuck Taylor All Stars sold over the past century. Tribune News Service

Converse loses battle to protect trademarked features of its Chuck Taylor sneakers

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