US: Collective Brands to pay $30m in K-Swiss lawsuit
By just-style.com | 30 June 2008
Less than a month after being ordered to pay $305m to settle a trademark infringement dispute with Adidas America Inc, footwear firm Collective Brands Inc has agreed to pay $30m to K-Swiss Inc to settle a similar allegation against its Payless ShoeSource unit.
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