What's in a name?

November 17, 2000

Relief all round at victory for the Ivy League in its long-running trademark battle against a New Zealand company. Pacific Dunlop Asia tried to launch a range of "Ivy League" fashion accessories, but its claim that the term was not a well-recognised brand in New Zealand was overruled.

A "Russell Group" range of sportswear is now looking even more unlikely.

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