Doniger / Burroughs Files Copyright Infringement Suit on Behalf of Z Paneva Studios against C. Wonder

Los Angeles, CA – C. Wonder, the clothing and lifesyle company started by Tory Burch ex-husband Chris Burch, has been named as a defendant in a lawsuit filed by the artist behind Z Paneva Studios. The suit alleges that certain C. Wonder dinnerware and serving sets bear artwork stolen from Z Paneva Studios. Click on the link below to see two representative examples. The Paneva designs are on the left, the C. Wonder products are on the right:

Paneva v. C Wonder Design Exemplars

The case is captioned Zlatka Paneva v. C. Wonder, LLC; et al., CV 12-5208 GW (FFMx), and is currently pending in United States District Court in Los Angeles, California. Z Paneva Studios is represented by Scott A. Burroughs and David R. Shein at Doniger / Burroughs APC.

For more information contact Kenneth Holmes at (310) 590-1820.

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