A judge has ordered Kohl’s Corp. to pay $1.4 million to an apparel vendor after a federal jury found against the department store operator in a chargeback dispute.
Fu Da International Ltd. brought a breach of contract lawsuit against the Menomonee Falls, Wis.-based retailer in June 2008. In the complaint, the New York-based athleticwear manufacturer alleged that Kohl’s had improperly deducted $1,028,000 from its open invoices for margin support related to the fall 2007 season. Fu Da said it had never agreed to the deduction and later objected to the retailer’s request for another, similar payment of $400,000. The vendor alleged that Kohl’s then canceled orders and failed to pay outstanding invoices.
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