Scott Kay hailed a
judge’s decision not to grant Tacori a temporary restraining order against
its Heaven’s Gates line, which Tacori said infringed on its “reverse crescent”
“Scott Kay’s Heaven’s Gates line of jewelry is based upon
the same inspiration, originality and creativity which have made Scott Kay
world-famous,” said a company statement. “The lawsuit brought by Tacori is
baseless. The company is pleased with the
Court’s preliminary finding.”
Tacori has vowed to press its case, noting the court found
it has “valid copyrights.”
“Tacori will do everything in our power to ensure that our
retail partners, our consumers and our brand are protected while continuing to
be innovative in design in the jewelry industry,” it said in a statement.
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