Law360 (January 19, 2021, 5:15 PM EST) -- A month after Nike Inc. settled a lawsuit that accused a Los Angeles streetwear designer of selling fake Dunk sneakers, the footwear giant is targeting the manufacturer that allegedly supplied the offending shoes.
In a complaint filed Friday in California federal court, Nike said designer Warren Lotas had been selling shoes that were ultimately manufactured by an LA-based company called La La Land Production & Design Inc.
"In order to adequately protect Nike's valuable intellectual property rights, its enforcement of such rights must extend up the supply chain — beyond direct-to-consumer sellers — to actors who are participants in and the...
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