NEW YORK — Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc. scored a victory in court, albeit a small one, in its trial against Macy’s Inc.
Presiding Judge Jeffrey Oing dismissed one of Macy’s claims that MSLO committed a breach of confidentiality when it inked its 2011 deal with rival J.C. Penney Co. Inc. to sell certain goods that were branded and designed by Martha Stewart. The general contract violation claim will be argued Thursday. A rankled Theodore Grossman, lawyer for Macy’s, said he would appeal the dismissal first thing in the morning.
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