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On August 20, 2009 By JETLaw August 20, 2009
Less than a week after Gucci America, Inc. filed a lawsuit against the ex-wife (Jenny) and daughter (Gemma) of Italian fashion icon Paolo Gucci alleging both trademark infringement and dilution, U.S. District Judge Richard Berman ruled in favor of Manhattan-based Gucci America, stating that the defendants “did not take precautions [...]Continue Reading →
Luxury brands around the world were no doubt ecstatic over Louis Vuitton’s $63 million win this past Monday in France. A Paris court ordered eBay to pay damages to LVMH (a Paris-based conglomerate owning luxury brands Louis Vuitton, Dior, and Givenchy, among others) for facilitating the sale of counterfeit products. California-based eBay [...]Continue Reading →
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