By  on March 12, 2010

Fendi won a partial victory Thursday in its legal fight against off-pricers accused of selling counterfeits when a judge barred Filene’s Basement Inc. from selling the brand’s wares without consent.

The ruling stemmed from a trademark lawsuit the Italian luxe firm brought against the Burlington, Mass.-based discounter and its then owner, Retail Ventures Inc., in 2006. In the complaint, filed in U.S. District Court in Manhattan, Fendi alleged Filene’s had sold fake purses and leather goods even after receiving cease and desist notices.

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