USA: Goody's Told To Pay Tommy Hilfiger $11m
Apparel chain Goody's Family Clothing Inc on Monday said it may appeal a court's ruling it must pay fashion giant Tommy Hilfiger Corp $11 million for selling counterfeit clothing and trademark infringement. The Tennessee-based operator of 300 stores was on Friday ordered to pay Hilfiger $2.1m in damages from its sale of fake T-shirts and nearly $9m for trademark infringement related to the labelling of three lines of private label jeans formerly used by the retailer.
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