Louis Vuitton Wins CAD $1.4 Million in Trademark Counterfeiting Case; Burberry Gets $1.1 Million

Louis Vuitton and Burberry, serious about protecting their trademarks, won a round against the counterfeiters today. In the largest ever judgment in a trademark counterfeiting and copyright case in Canada, Louis Vuitton will receive CAD $1.4 million (about USD $1.5 million) and Burberry will receive CAD $1.1 million (about USD $1.14 million).
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Louis Vuitton and Burberry, serious about protecting their trademarks, won a round against the counterfeiters today. In the largest ever judgment in a trademark counterfeiting and copyright case in Canada, Louis Vuitton will receive CAD $1.4 million (about USD $1.5 million) and Burberry will receive CAD $1.1 million (about USD $1.14 million).
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Louis Vuitton and Burberry, serious about protecting their trademarks, won a round against the counterfeiters today.

In the largest ever judgment in a trademark counterfeiting and copyright case in Canada, Louis Vuitton will receive CAD $1.4 million (about USD $1.5 million) and Burberry will receive CAD $1.1 million (about USD $1.14 million).

Who's paying up? Canadian companies Singga Enterprises Inc., and Carnation Fashion Company, which have been selling fake LV and Burberry handbags for about three years.

It just goes to show you--don't mess with the check. Or the monogram.