European Court of Justice Holds that Search Engines Do Not Infringe Trademarks. — Joined Cases C-236/08, C-237/08 & C-238/08,
Google France SARL v. Louis Vuitton Malletier SA
, 2010 ECJ EUR-Lex LEXIS 119 (Mar. 23, 2010).
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