The luxury brand Cartier will be sparkling a little brighter this Christmas
20 December 2016 by Michael Downing
The luxury brand Cartier will be sparkling a little brighter this Christmas after filing for an injunction against US firm Jewelry Unlimited.
Cartier trademarked the brand in 1945 and are active in protecting their long standing reputation for high quality products.
Citing trademark infringements, counterfeiting and deceptive practices, Cartier has asked for a permanent injunction, statutory damages of $2m per mark, punitive damages, full costs and attorney’s fees.
The move comes after it was found Jewellery Unlimited were altering watches after market without permission, invalidating warranty and deceiving consumers about prices.