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Suit against Arden

This article was originally published in The Rose Sheet

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The Stephan Company has filed a lawsuit against Elizabeth Arden for infringing its federally registered Interlude trademark for personal care products and fragrances, company announces June 22. Filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York, suit seeks an injunction barring Elizabeth Arden from selling Provocative Interlude fragrance and products, which are on sale in fine department stores. Arden launched Provocative Interlude in April (1"The Rose Sheet" April 3, 2006, Marketing In Brief). Stephan notes blocking further sales of the Provocative scent will prevent consumer confusion...

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