Google has lost an appeal of a trademark infringement case in France and will have to pay $100,300 in damages.
The court in Versailles, west of Paris, found that Google Inc. was guilty of "trademark counterfeiting" and ordered it to pay the damages originally awarded to French travel companies Luteciel and Viaticum, as well as costs.
More in the article: Google Loses French Trademark Appeal.
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