By  on April 16, 2013

NEW YORK — Lawyers for Macy’s Inc. were quick to act and file an appeal following Judge Jeffrey Oing’s denial of the expansion of its preliminary injunction against Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. and J.C. Penney Co. Inc.

The New York Supreme Court judge ruled Friday that Penney’s would be allowed to sell goods designed by Stewart, which are branded with the “JCP Everyday” trademark and the “double-house” logo. Macy’s, which won a preliminary injunction over the summer to keep its rival from selling Stewart-branded wares in certain exclusive categories, promptly filed an appeal Monday.

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