Kelley Drye Scores for Ralph Lauren in Polo IP War

February 12, 2013

On Monday, Ralph Lauren scored a win in the latest skirmish over the company's trademark, persuading the Second Circuit to rule that the U.S. Polo Association can't use its own polo player mark on fragrances and cosmetics. The unpublished decision affirms a Manhattan federal judge's March 2012 ruling that enjoined the USPA from using the mark.