Sunday, October 19, 2008, 11:42 AM

Father-Son Accused In Knock-Off Case

Furnitre Today reports a criminal action involving the application of brand-name labels to cheaper furniture:

A father and son who own the furniture store Fine Interiors here were arraigned in court last week on charges they sold knock-off furniture. Douglas Morse and Benjamin Morse each face three counts of trademark counterfeiting, a felony charge, on charges that they removed name-brand tags on furniture, put them on cheaper versions and then sold the knock-offs at the price of the more expensive furniture, according to the northern Ohio News-Herald.

A link to Furniture Today's story may be found here. A link to the News-Herald story may be found here.


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