NEW YORK — LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton scored a victory against 29 Chinatown retailers selling counterfeit goods as a federal judge upheld the company’s claims of trademark infringement, ordering each to pay $16 million in statutory damages.

If all the counterfeiters are found, identified and forced to pay the damages — an unlikely scenario — LVMH could see a total award of $464 million.

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