PARIS — Chanel said it has decided not to appeal a decision by the Paris Court of Appeal ordering it to pay 200,000 euros, or $254,200 at current exchange, to World Tricot in a long-running counterfeiting suit.
The Sept. 14 ruling overturned a 2009 commercial court decision that ordered World Tricot, one of Chanel’s former knitwear suppliers, to pay the Paris fashion house a similar fine for “public disparagement” for accusations that Chanel copied one of its crochet designs.
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