Adidas sues American company based on its well-known mark

WIPR reports about a new lawsuit this time against the US retailer Forever 21 initiated by ADIDAS based on the fact that the US company sells children’s jumpers that have stripes on the shoulders and arms, resembling the three-stripes trademark owned by Adidas.
According to the German company that is a violation of its well-known figurative mark which has been used in the United States for many years.
The use of the mark by Forever 21 may create confusion in consumers about the manufacturing sourceAdidas claimed.
This is not the first time when Adidas filed a lawsuit for its trademark. We expect the 
decision of the court in Oregon.