By  on October 11, 2009

The decision by Trovata and Forever 21 to settle Trovata’s lawsuit alleging the fast-fashion retailer knowingly copied its designs ended two years of litigation in a case that had been viewed as a potential linchpin in clarifying intellectual property rights.

But in announcing the settlement on Friday, just as a second trial was set to begin today, there was no admission of liability, and terms of the settlement were not disclosed.

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