The Bristol businessman behind the Trunki children's pull-along suitcase has lost his legal bid to stop a rival firm marketing an alternative, cheaper version.
Appeal Court judges say the Kiddee case made by a Hong Kong company does not breach Rob Law's design rights. It now effectively opens up the European market to Trunki's discount competitors.
A businessman from Clifton in Bristol whose invention was rejected by TV's Dragon Den is celebrating selling two million of his product.
Rob Law invented the Trunki ride-on suitcase as a way to keep children occupied in airports and it's proved a huge success.
He now turns over £7M a year and employs 30 people.
The longest double dip recession since World War II is officially over. The Office of National Statistics says the economy grew by 1% in the last quarter.
But has that good news permeated down to people here in the west? Seth Conway has been speaking to our some of our Business Club members
The production of Trunki suitcases by Bristol based company Magmatic is moving from China to the UK. We spoke to company owner Rob Law
The production of Trunki suitcases by Bristol based company Magmatic is moving from China to the UK. Company owner Rob Law is moving production to his factory in Devon. The first British made Trunki will be for the licensed Team GB as part of the London 2012 Olympics.