A woman inspects Hermes crocodile skin b : News Photo
A woman inspects Hermes crocodile skin b : News Photo

A woman inspects Hermes crocodile skin b

A woman inspects Hermes crocodile skin bag in Taipei on April 10, 2009. French luxury goods group Hermes hailed a Taiwan court's ruling to impose a record fine of 7.77 million USD on a former employee for selling counterfeit bags. "The compensation award is the largest amount ever awarded in a trademark infringement case in Taiwan. Hermes Taiwan is grateful for the decision," a company statement said. Joyce Lee, a former Hermes saleswoman, was convicted of selling four fake Hermes Haut a Courroie and Birkin bags totalling 2.05 million Taiwan dollars (60,000 USD) between 2004 and 2005. AFP PHOTO / Sam YEH (Photo credit should read SAM YEH/AFP/Getty Images)


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Credit:SAM YEH / Staff
Editorial #:85889050
Date created:April 10, 2009
License type:Rights-managed
Release info:Not released. More information
Object name:Hkg2276775
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