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Christie, Parker & Hale LLP, an intellectual property law firm, said it obtained a consent judgment in favor of jeansmaker True Religion Brand Jeans in a trademark-infringement lawsuit brought against competing denim maker Triple S Productions Inc.

As part of the consent judgment, which is a binding written agreement between two parties to have a judgment entered and recorded, Triple S acknowledged the validity and ownership of Guru’s trademarks and trade dress and is permanently prohibited from imitating, copying or making unauthorized use of the intellectual property, Christie, Parker said.

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