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Old 09-15-2005, 10:51 AM   #1
Bo Aakerstrom
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Default When are two designs not the same!?

I have a potential client ( you'll see what I mean in a minute) who "borrowed" a design which has been used as a trademark for her business. She approached me suggesting that by altering seven things in this design it would be O.K. to used the "new" design, whilst it would still be nearly identical to the current one.

I for one don't feel totally at ease with this line of reasoning and would appreciate some enlightened feedback before I go ahead.

By the way, the design in question was as far as I am aware not used as a trademark, but nevertheless, it is someone else's work.
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