US: Gucci wins $4.6m judgement in Guess trademark case
By Petah Marian | 24 May 2012
Gucci may recover US$4.66m in its lawsuit accusing Guess of copying its designs, a US judge has ruled - although this falls short of the $120m the luxury goods company had been seeking.
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