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Copying costs dear in the Usa

 

Tory Burch – an American jewel label – has won the case against Lin & J International, a company charged with copying the double T logo of the griffe.

After two years of legal proceedings, the American district judge, Denise Cote, has recently ordered Lin & J International to pay damages for 38.9 million dollars to Tory Burch, an American jewel label, plus legal expenses amounting to 2.3 millions for having copied the double T logo that distinguishes Tory jewels, thus deceiving consumers.

Tory Burch has a boutique also in Italy, in Milan.

FILONewsletter n. 34, 22nd july 2015

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