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Coty, Lopez Looking To Secure Exclusive Rights To Glow Name

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Coty and singer/actress Jennifer Lopez are seeking to bar Glow Industries from using the Glow trademark for beauty products in an effort to protect the name of Lopez's premier fragrance

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