Mr. wins case against Philip Chow Chow Restaurant
Miami, FL (PRWEB) February 24, 2012
After a trial lasting four weeks held in the U.S. District Court Miami (Case No. 09-21893-Civ-Hoeveller), a jury delivered a decisive victory for Mr. Chow in his case against Philippe Chow Restaurant. The jury found that Stratis Morfogen and the parent company of Philip Chow restaurants are guilty of misleading advertising and unfair competition by deceptive conduct. Chow was represented by attorney Bert Fields of Greenberg Glusker and Curtis Miner of Colson Hicks Eidson.
The jury awarded Mr. Chow damages in excess of $ 1 million and completely dismissed the claims against Mr. Chow Morfogen.
“We consider this statement as a complete victory and are satisfied that the jury sent a clear message to Morfogen and Philippe Chow Restaurant about their false advertising and deceptive conduct. This case was not about money and the jury understood that despite everything that has suffered, Michael Chow has been and will be successful, “said Mr. Campos, counsel for Mr. Chow.Test
of misleading advertising in the record of the trials included pay online “sponsored links” that falsely showed Mr. Chow restaurant in New York in the current restaurant Philippe Chow, and say the public misconception that Philip Chau, who have never served as head chef, executive chef, wok wok first or even second in the Mr. Chow restaurants, had been in place, “the architect of Chow” menu, “Mr. Chow food for brain “and a famous” Top Chef by critics of Asia’s most prestigious food. “In fact, never created a single dish Chau Mr. Chow. Tests showed that the legal name was Philip Chau Chau Chak Yam after the first restaurant Philippe Chow, after which he legally changed his name to Philippe Chow Chau.
Michael Chow said: “I am very pleased with the verdict and thankful that the truth finally emerges on misleading advertising and deceptive marketing tactics Morfogen and Philippe Chow restaurant.”
forms of false advertising in the trial includes Morfogen lead many Philippe Chow restaurant employees to write and present good reviews of this restaurant to some release notes, hiding his collaboration with Philippe Chow Restaurant.
“Morfogen tried to put his own spin on the jury’s decision, but the truth is quite simple. The jury in Miami is at Chau Chow v, and court records show that Morfogen and owner of the restaurant business Philippe Chow engaged in “misleading” and “deceptive conduct” -. serious forms of misconduct for any employer for its ruling, the jury assessed damages of more than one million dollars against Morfogen and his company. But The jury found that the parties have done nothing wrong in Mr. Chow at all. They were completely cleared of all charges against him. However, claims Morfogen somehow he “won.” This is advertising a little further from the truth, “said Mr. Fields.
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