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February 06. 2014 12:00PM

Ex-Londonderry flea market owner may still be liable in counterfeit Coach case

Feb. 4 –A former owner of a flea market in Southern New Hampshire might still exercise sufficient control over vendors such that a jury could find him liable for contributory infringement and other claims arising from the sales of allegedly counterfeit luxury goods, the U.S. District Court for the District of New Hampshire ruled Jan. 31 (Coach, Inc. v. Sapatis, 2014 BL 26669, D.N.H., No. 1:12-cv-00506-PB, 1/31/14).

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