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General allegations of interference with unnamed customers and unspecified contracts or business relationships are clearly insufficient to support claim for tortious interference with prospective economic advantage.
Versace v. Versace, 2003 WL 470340 (S.D.N.Y., Feb. 25, 2003). (3) Plaintiff Gianni Versace, S.p.A. (Gianni Versace) is a world-famous design house that was founded in the 1970s by the late Italian designer of the same name. The company owns a number of trademarks that incorporate the Versace name.
Defendant Alfredo Versace is an Italian citizen and United States resident who markets clothing and other items worldwide. Gianni Versace has accused …