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Old 10-15-2012, 04:08 AM   #125
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Originally Posted by Jozawun View Post
It will apply to manufactured goods if they are protected by copyright - for instance watches inscribed with a distinctive logo (as in the Omega-Costco case) and high class perfumes (where the labels and/or bottle shapes may be copyright). There are probably any number of other cases.
Logos and bottle shapes are trademarks. They have (to the best of my knowledge) nothing to do with copyright law.

Trademark law is what has been used to restrict grey imports in the EU, in that the courts have ruled that the trademark holder has the right to control distribution.
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