By  on August 7, 2007

NEW YORK — A federal district court judge in Manhattan awarded Tiffany nearly $1 million in a trademark counterfeiting lawsuit.

According to the luxury jewelry retailer, Judge George B. Daniels barred Starglam Inc. and its principal, Yaniv Shamir, also known as John Shamir, from counterfeiting or infringing on the Tiffany name and trademarks. Shamir previously pled guilty to trademark counterfeiting charges, and has served his sentence, Tiffany said.

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