Fashion brand manager Marchpole Holdings said it has won a court case against fashion designer Ozwald Boateng, overturning an earlier ruling.

All three judges in the Court of Appeal ruled that damages claims against Marchpole should be thrown out.

The company was last year ordered to pay out GBP150,000 (US$284,341) in compensation to Boateng's company Bespoke Couture to settle a dispute over a licensing deal.

However, it will now receive an unknown amount of costs from Bespoke, which has been banned from appealing to the House of Lords.

Marchpole executive deputy chairman Michael Morris said: "We are very pleased that these legal proceedings have now been resolved."