Tommy Hilfiger was awarded $11. 1 million today in a lawsuit the company brought against Goody’s Family Clothing, a Tennessee-based discount retailer that operates 330 stores, mostly in the southern United States.
The suit was part of the company’s ongoing efforts to fight against counterfeiting.
The terms of the judgement, delivered by the US federal court, awarded $2.1 million in damages for the sale of T-shirts and $9 million for selling jeans that looked too much like Hilfiger’s.
(From AP, WWD)