TJ Hughes pays damages for selling fake T shirts

North West retailer TJ Hughes has had to pay undisclosed damages to iconic English fashion brand Fred Perry after it was found selling fake polo shirts on its website and its stores. Counterfeit polo shirts bearing the words Fred Perry and the brand's famous Laurel Wreath logo – both registered trademarks – were found for sale on the TJ Hughes website www.tjhughes.co.uk and in TJ Hughes’ stores. TJ Hughes, which has its headquarters in Liverpool, has 20 stores in the UK. The retailer accepted that it had infringed Fred... For the full story register now for free or login below...
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