A federal judge has ordered a former Oscar de la Renta Ltd. neckwear licensee to pay the company roughly $1 million for breaching a licensing agreement for the “O Oscar” trademark.
Judge Richard Sullivan awarded the damages in a ruling filed April 17 in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, after granting Oscar de la Renta’s motion for summary judgment on a breach of contract claim against Richmond, Calif.-based Mulberry Thai Silks Inc.
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