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Alberto Culver Files Trade-Dress Suit To Protect TRESemme Brand

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

Executive Summary

Alberto Culver has filed a federal lawsuit against Apollo Health and Beauty Care Corporation, the largest private-label personal-care manufacturer in Canada, charging the firm with violating its TRESemme trade dress.

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