UK: Burberry wins GBP114m in two infringement cases
By Katie Smith | 21 May 2012
Luxury brand Burberry has been awarded GBP114m (US$180m) in two litigation judgements where Chinese websites were found to be selling counterfeit Burberry goods.
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