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Luxury Goods Maker Burberry Sues J.C. Penney for Trademark Infringement

By David Lilenfeld on February 10, 2016

Luxury goods maker Burberry has sued value-retailer J.C. Penney for trademark infringement and trademark dilution in the Southern District of New York. The suit alleges J.C. Penney is selling scarves and jackets which “exactly copy” the well-known “Burberry Check," for which Burberry has a number of federal trademark registrations.

In addition to trademark infringement and dilution claims, the Complaint alleges unfair competition and deceptive trade practices under federal and New York law and seeks damages, injunctive relief and attorney fees.

 

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