Swiss jewelers Cartier and Van Cleef & Arpels have won a $37.4 million federal court judgment against a New York supplier of knockoff rings, bracelets and other luxury items — thanks to the defendant’s failure to answer.

District Judge Jose Linares in Newark entered the default judgment on Sept. 1 and ordered Concept Designs Unlimited Inc. to cease infringement of the plaintiffs’ trademarks.

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