High street clothing giant Gap has launched a £300,000 legal action against a graduate whose tiny business organises trips to developing countries for people taking gap years. James Burton, 26, set up Gap Sports and Gap Sports Abroad with his younger brother David in 2004. But Gap claims the companies infringe its trademarks, according to a High Court writ. It is also demanding that James Burton hands over other domain names he has registered that also feature the word ‘gap’. The American clothing chain puts the value of its claim at more than £300,000.
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