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Judge ruling means Urban Outfitters could pay Navajo Nation millions - Philadelphia Business Journal

7.5.16

Judge ruling means Urban Outfitters could pay Navajo Nation millions - Philadelphia Business Journal: On some claims, the tribe wants all the profits generated from the Navajo-themed sales. On others, it wants $1,000 per day per item, or three times the profit generated by marketing and retail of products using the name. Lindsay DeMoss, one of a handful of attorneys listed for Urban Outfitters, declined to comment. The company had said in court documents that granting the tribe a monetary windfall for a situation it created with unexplained silence “would be inequitable and unjust.”


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