NEW YORK — Before catching a plane to California, Guess Inc. chief executive officer Paul Marciano spent several more hours in a federal court here trying to clear his company’s name of allegations that it has been knocking off Gucci’s trademarks for decades.
Guess attorney Daniel Petrocelli of O’Melveny & Myers LLP spent two hours questioning his client about the origin of his brand’s designs in response to claims made by Gucci’s legal team, which grilled Marciano Wednesday for roughly four hours.
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