Burberry sues TJ Maxx, Marshalls Over Alleged Counterfeits
TJX Co is in hot water over recent allegations over passing off knockoff merchandise as the real deal.
Burberry claims TJX Co., the parent company of the off-price chains such as T.J. Maxx and Marshalls of selling selling counterfeits, and “trying to attract their target customer base and profit at Burberry’s expense,” Reuters reports.
In the lawsuit, Burberry accused TJX of selling various trademark infringing product that bear the classic check or the equestrian knight mark on items such as jackets, polo shirts, scarves, luggage, and even picture frames, over the past four years to unsuspecting shoppers.
Burberry is seeking triple damages and to run “corrective advertisements” as well as destroy all “unauthorized goods”.
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