If you’ve got eyelashes that get in the way of your vision, you may want to consider switching to stila.
The cosmetics company has been hit with a lawsuit for allegedly copying its stila mascara from rival brands and using their trademarked names.
But a lawsuit filed on Wednesday against the firm and its owners, Stila Cosmetics Australia, is being taken to court by the Victorian Supreme Court.
Stila’s owner and founder Stila Jepsen has argued the case is moot because the lawsuit was filed over a long-ago trademark dispute.
But the High Court ruled that the case was not about trademark issues.
Stella is in the process of launching a new line of stila products for women and girls in October.
Topics:federal-government,law-crime-and-justice,law,technology,advertising,technology-and-“entertainment,”strait-islander-island,vic,auFirst posted May 16, 2020 12:24:22Contact Adrian Gannon