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Cooper and Cooper reach agreement over trade marks

NEWS RELEASE - 3 JULY 2007

A Statement Concerning the Trelise Cooper and Tamsin Cooper Trade Mark Dispute
Outlined below is a media statement concerning the case of Trelise Cooper Ltd v Tamsin Cooper & ors.


Media Release

A joint Statement from Trelise Cooper and Tamsin Cooper

Cooper and Cooper reach agreement over trade mark dispute

Tamsin Cooper and Trelise Cooper have met and come to an amicable resolution over their trade mark dispute.

As this issue has evolved, and with the significant amount of media attention it has attracted, both feel that customers now have a better understanding between the respective brands.

Both Trelise Cooper and Tamsin Cooper have agreed that to continue with the case is neither productive nor beneficial and energies are better focused on building individual brands and their future success.

Tamsin Cooper will continue to trade under her name in her current form without restriction and all legal proceedings will be withdrawn by Trelise Cooper.

Trelise Cooper and Tamsin Cooper are very happy that they have managed to resolve this without further time and distraction and both look forward to a positive and exciting future for their businesses.


ENDS

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