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Ralph Lauren Agrees to Cease Converse Trademark Infringement Accusation

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Ralph Lauren Agrees to Cease Converse Imitations Following Trademark Infringement Accusation

In October 2014, Converse filed a trademark infringement lawsuit to protect its most iconic shoe, the Converse Chuck Taylor All-Star. Ralph Lauren and Converse have reportedly filed a joint motion to end their case. Following up with the out-of-court settlement agreement, Ralph Lauren will scrap all shoe models that Converse named as copies of the beloved Chucks’ mid sole stripe and rubber toe cap. Ralph Lauren is set to destroy a range of 36 athletic shoes, as well as all related parts, molds, packaging, tools, promotional and marketing materials within the month. The company will be paying Converse an undisclosed amount as well.

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