Tackling Counterfeiters: Major Brands Target Repeat Offender
A lawsuit in federal court here has revealed the seizure of tens of thousands of pieces of branded apparel that were allegedly counterfeit. The case also shows how persistent counterfeiting operations can be no matter how often they are shut down.
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