The company should consider following and using the system of environment protection, at times decreasing emission of fuel. The political environment is of crucial significance for the industries of airlines. The issues of political factors faced by Wal-Mart include tax, corruption and political stability. Wal-Mart has stability of strong political background of nations for running the business. Wal-Mart has started to consider their most opportunistic and ambitious process of initiatives across the aviation industry of the world. Wal-Mart holds a license of running their business organization, while it considers controlling the use of oil due to increasing price of fuel.
In this particular case, the decision was taken by the court regarding the key circumstance under which the design of a product can be considered distinctive, and hence, can be protected, under the action of infringing unregistered dress of trade under section 43 (a) of the Trademark Act of 1946. Samara Brothers Inc., as the respondent has been designing and manufacturing a line of clothing for children. Wal-Mart Stores Inc., as the petitioner came in contract with the supplier for manufacturing outfits on the basis of the photographs of Samara garments.
After it discovered that Wal-Mart, along with a number of other retailer were initiating sale of the same product, the case was filed by Samara under the notion of, inter alia, infringing unregistered dress of trade under section 43 (a) of the Trademark Act. The decision of the jury was in favor of Samara. Wal-Mart then considered renewing a motion to make the judgment in accordance with law, under the claim that there was lack of evidence for supporting a conclusion that clothing designs of Samar could obtain legal protection in the name of distinctive trade dress under section 43 (a). There was denial by the district court regarding the relief and motion awarded to Samara. The Second Circuit gave an affirmation for denying the motion.