A private label manufacturer has filed a lawsuit accusing Saks Inc. of refusing to accept a confirmed order.
According to a complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the District of South Carolina in Charleston on Friday, Saks, in October 2007, opened an account with Berle Manufacturing Co. Inc. to produce and label clothing. Berle, a Charleston-based maker of men’s dress and casual slacks, said it made $117,920 worth of product for Saks under the arrangement, but that when it came time for delivery, the retailer refused to take the merchandise.
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