Law360, New York (March 11, 2015, 6:42 PM EDT) -- Lace manufacturer Klauber Brothers Inc. on Tuesday urged a California federal judge to impose monetary sanctions against a company that supplied lingerie to Forever 21 that allegedly rips off its copyrighted design, accusing its adversary of concealing evidence in the case.
Defendant International Intimates Inc. is accused of withholding the fact that it obtained hundreds of lace samples and other garment components from Klauber. According to Klauber, International Intimates had initially denied that it had samples in its possession, but that assertion was refuted by a declaration filed in another case by company CEO Rene Rofe who said the business has...
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