LONDON — Canada Goose, a manufacturer of extreme-weather outerwear, said it has won a landmark counterfeit and trademark case in the District Court of Stockholm, Sweden.
The court found five Swedish nationals jointly and severally guilty of "felony fraud, trademark infringement, and customs offenses." Two of the defendants have received prison sentences, while Canada Goose has been awarded damages of 701,000 Swedish kronor, or $105,879 at current exchange, Canada Goose said in a statement this week.
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