Versace SpA on Wednesday won $20 million in damages in a seven-year-old counterfeiting lawsuit.
The jury verdict stemmed from a wide-ranging trademark suit filed in 2003 that listed dozens of defendants and resulted in seizures at 72 stores in Southern California and Arizona, Versace said. The judgment this week came against defendant Tres Hermanos Inc. and its principal, Monir Awada.
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