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The Fallout From Louis Vuitton v. Canal Street Landlords

The fight is over. ICSC reports that Louis Vuitton's suit against Canal Street landlord Richard E. Carroll has resulted in a judgment where Carroll must post signs indicating the sale and purchase of counterfeit goods is illegal.

Louis Vuitton is moving fast against all kinds of piracy. The Sydney Morning Herald reports that LVMH shut down a house party where the hostess Jacqueline Sharon Feilich intended to sell fake luxury handbags.

Whether you're dealing with music or handbags, the counterfeit police are increasingly going down the foodchain to discourage piracy wherever it exists. Perhaps soon we'll be talking about the Long Tail of counterfeiting.

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