With the parties unable to agree on a remedy in litigation against Amazon for intellectual property infringement involving beauty brand Lush, a court has imposed broad injunctive relief that will be effective throughout Europe,rather than limited just to the United Kingdom as Amazon.co.uk Ltd. had requested. Additional details about the litigation appear in Issue 20 of this Report. To remedy claims that Amazon infringed the Lush trademark by diverting customers who searched for the personal-care product company’s products to equivalent goods made by others, the court will reportedly require the online retailer to change its software as to any use of the Lush brand and to display a notice about the court ruling on its Website. See Cosmeticsdesign-europe.com, June 10, 2014.