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Federal Court Orders Princess Diana Memorial Fund to Pay $2.3 Million in Attorneys' Fees to Franklin Mint
FRANKLIN CENTER, Pa., Sept. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- A federal court in Los Angeles has ruled that The Franklin Mint is entitled to recover more than $2.3 million in attorneys' fees from the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund, which had unsuccessfully challenged the Mint's right to market Princess Diana collectibles. In a decision entered today, Judge Florence-Marie Cooper of the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California ruled that the Diana Fund's claims of trademark dilution and false advertising were "groundless and unreasonable," and that The Franklin Mint was therefore entitled to recover the legal fees it incurred in defending itself from the charges. Judge Cooper also ruled that The Franklin Mint was entitled to be reimbursed for the money it spent defending itself against the Memorial Fund's claim that it had violated California's right of publicity statute, noting the right of publicity law specifies that the "prevailing party or parties in any action under this (law) shall also be entitled to attorneys' fees." This past June, Judge Cooper granted summary judgment in favor of The Franklin Mint on all of the remaining claims in the lawsuit. The court had earlier dismissed as a matter of law the Memorial Fund's claim that The Franklin Mint had violated California right of publicity laws. In response to today's developments, the Franklin Mint issued the following statement: Just as we were gratified by the earlier rulings that completely vindicated us, we are gratified today that Judge Cooper has ordered the Memorial Fund to reimburse us for our legal fees. The fact is, we never sought this dispute -- it was a completely unnecessary, unwarranted, and unjustified lawsuit initiated by the Memorial Fund. We defended ourselves and incurred legal expenses only because we were forced to do so. As we made clear from the time the lawsuit was filed, we have always been in full compliance with all applicable laws and would never do anything to harm Princess Diana's image. The Franklin Mint remains committed to honoring the memory of Princess Diana by raising money for her favorite causes. We are proud that, as a result of the popularity of the Princess Diana Collection, we have already been able to commit more than $4 million to charity.My News
SOURCE The Franklin Mint
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