NEW YORK — A Manhattan federal district court judge is expected to determine shortly what form of her namebridal designer Ulla-Maija Kivimaki can use on a temporary basis to earn a living.

In a related development, Judge Allen G. Schwartz — who’s presiding over the ongoing trademark dispute between Kivimaki and her former employer, Ulla-Maija Inc. — verbally dressed down Kivimaki’s attorney, Raymond Dowd, for introducing a series of "scurrilous, scandalous" allegations. The allegations, which targeted Ulla-Maija Inc. president Charles Bunstine, were harshly criticized by the judge as being "incorporated in the counterclaims…to generate adverse publicity."

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