01/30/2015 // West Palm Beach, Florida, US // JusticeNewsFlash // Justice News Flash // (press release)
Los Angeles – Forever 21 is facing a lawsuit after being accused of pirating Adobe’s software. As reported by WebProNews, the makers of Photoshop and other popular software allege the fashion retailer engaged in copyright infringement by using its products without authorization.
The complaint is quoted as reading, “Plaintiffs are informed and believe and thereon allege that in conducting their business, Defendants have engaged in the unauthorized reproduction of certain of the Adobe Products, Autodesk Products, and Corel Products onto computers located at their premises, and that Defendants use copies of the Adobe Products, Autodesk Products, and Corel Products to conduct their business.”
As further noted in the report, the company has stated that its products were illegally used by Forever 21 after they were told to stop. Adobe is reportedly seeking damages as well as an injunction in the suit.
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