Louis Vuitton Malletier SA v Wakilzada (2017 ONSC 2409) involved claims against the landlords and individual vendors of Dr Flea’s Flea Market in Toronto regarding the advertisement, offer for sale and sale of counterfeit Louis Vuitton merchandise. Louis Vuitton alleged, among other things, that the landlords were directly, vicariously and contributorily liable for the vendors’ dealing in counterfeit products.

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