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Trademark Infringement Update: Second Circuit Reverses to Find Jurisdiction Based on Shipment of Single Counterfeit Chloé Handbag

Friday, August 13th, 2010

In a decision rendered on August 5, 2010 by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, that court reversed the district court’s refusal to exercise jurisdiction based on Defendants’ shipment of a single counterfeit Chloé handbag from California to New York in the case of Chloé v. Queen Bee, 09-3361-cv (2nd Circuit, Aug. 5, 2010).

The Second Circuit’s Chloé v. Queen Bee opinion can be found here.

Interestingly, it appears that the single shipment of the counterfeit Chloé handbag was a ploy. The sale was actually orchestrated by Chloé’s attorneys as a “trap sale” to open up Defendants Queen Bee of Beverly Hills and its principal Simone Ubaldelli to claims of trademark infringement attorneys

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