A trademark infringement action can be brought against an out-of-state employee of an online retailer who sent a bogus handbag to a Bronx, N.Y., address from a website that offered merchandise to New York consumers, a federal appeals court has ruled.

Simone Ubaldelli, a California resident and principal of Queen Bee of Beverly Hills, contended that the fashion company Chloé could not sue him in New York based on the one-time Internet-based sale of the fake designer purse.

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