Salvatore Ferragamo was awarded $4.3 million by a Manhattan federal court in connection with the luxury brand’s fight against counterfeiting.
The lawsuit was filed in January against 15 defendants who were holding a total of 95 domain names that infringed upon the Ferragamo trademark and sold counterfeit goods. Earlier this year, the Manhattan federal court overseeing the lawsuit had ordered the transfer of the domain names, such as FerragamoBagSale.com, FerragamoSingapore2012.com and FerragamoOnlineStore.com, to Ferragamo and had shut down the Web sites.
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