ORLANDO, Fla. -- The Private Label Manufacturers Association, New York, warned its members to expect more of what it called "harassing tactics" from branded health and beauty care manufacturers who challenge the private-label industry on issues of trade dress. "For those in the HBC business, there is no doubt there will be a continuation of the harassing tactics by major national brand companies who attempt to protect that which the law now does not entitle them to protect," said Brian ...
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