by, 14th October 2010 at 02:08 AM (1253 Views)
Having finally perfected, well, at least "finished" a formula with which I am satisfied enough to submit to industry, I received an email from the atty saying they could not copyright my submission. Anyone else with any advice on this matter? I've researched it, and looks as though a fragrance CAN be copyrighted ever since the Supreme Court ruled circa 2006 in favor of Lancome who claimed that another co. copied their recipe for Tresor. Meanwhile, I pace the halls awaiting shipping confirmation notice from the retail chain I've targeted to market my precious potion....
I sent articles re: the Lancome case to the law firm; if that doesn't work, should I get another opinion? Darn, I knew I shoulda gone for that online JD!!
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