The Catalan designer Custo Dalmau can now breathe easy: a judge yesterday acquitted his brother David Dalmau demand that brought the company Warner Bros for designing garments in which characters appear like the mythical bird yellow Piolin. He faced a total of one and a half in prison. The court number 3 in Barcelona recognized that there were certain similarities between the two birds but were not sufficient evidence to convict him of crimes against intellectual property of which he was accused.
Apparently, the items in question represented a bird almost identical to the famous 'Tweety', but these images were accompanied by adolescent girls along with other pets, so that the judge has decided to acquit the case. Another issue that has been very well have been that when the Guardia Civil entered a store in Barcelona in the firm, found only thirty of these shirts in stock, and none of them were exposed to the public. This makes the plagiarism did not represent a real economic harm to the Company Warner Bros.
What do you think the final verdict?
Source | Elmundo.es