Store chain Coop Danmark will fight a ruling that it broke marketing and trademark laws by selling rip-off Puma sports shoes.
Coop's legal director Per Sjoqvist said the company would appeal against the ruling by The Maritime Commercial Court that it must compensate Puma DKK390,000 (US$61,961.87) for producing copies of the sports brand's trainers.
The footwear in question was sold in Coop Danmar chain Kvickly for two years, press reports said.