Fendi has settled a counterfeiting lawsuit against Big M Inc., the owner-operator of the Annie Sez nameplate, warning that if a retailer doesn't purchase directly from the Italian luxury firm, there is a risk the goods are fakes.
"We are dealing with criminal activity and criminal enterprises at the manufacturing and distribution levels," Fendi chairman and chief executive officer Michael Burke said in a telephone interview from Vietnam. "Every retailer has to be vigilant about where they are buying from."
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