Fake designer handbags, to be exact.

Sotomayor spent eight years at New York firm Pavia & Harcourt, where she represented Italian luxury goods retailer Fendi in its fight against knockoff handbags bearing the designer’s logo. Fendi was one of Sotomayor’s major clients when she was an associate and later a partner specializing in intellectual property litigation.

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