'Real Housewives' Star, Others Owe $70M, Clothing Co. Says

Law360, New York (November 6, 2017, 4:44 PM EST) -- An apparel company formerly owned by “Real Housewives of New Jersey” star Christopher Laurita told the court that Laurita and his co-conspirators should pay $70 million plus attorneys' fees after the court found they had conspired to transfer away a valuable clothing license once the company declared bankruptcy.

Signature Apparel argued Friday that Laurita, Iconix Brand Group, ROC Fashion and related companies owed Signature for the value of the rights to the Rocawear junior sportswear line, as well as the termination of Signature’s exclusive rights, and the profit from the sale of Signature’s assets, which added up to a total of...

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