TOMMY HILFIGER CLOSE TO SETTLEMENT IN TRADEMARK SUIT AGAINST CONWAY

NEW YORK--An attorney for Tommy Hilfiger USA Inc. said Tuesday that the manufacturer is close to reaching a settlement in its trademark infringement suit against Conway Stores Inc.
Stephen Gursky, of Gursky & Blau, counsel to Hilfiger, would not reveal the details of the proposed settlement except to say that Conway would keep any questionable Hilfiger merchandise off its shelves. Stuart Erlich, counsel to Conway, refused to comment.
As reported, Conway removed all such merchandise from its stores in June after learning that the merchandise might be counterfeit.
Conway, a discount retailer here, has steadfastly denied that it sold fake Hilfiger merchandise. Hilfiger does not sell to Conway.--Fairchild News Service

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