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Amazon.com Inc. risks violating French luxury shoe designer Christian Louboutin’s European trademark rights by failing to make it clear to buyers when products are being offered by third-party sellers.
The European Union’s top court said on Thursday that Amazon may be confusing people by failing to make a distinction between Louboutin and non-official sellers of the brand’s famous red-soled shoes.

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