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(Reuters) — Luxury goods group Kering was ordered on Wednesday to pay $13 million to a former fashion designer Hedi Slimane.
Slimane worked for Kering's Yves Saint Laurent brand, and designed clothes for singer songwriter David Bowie and actor Brad Pitt among others.
He brought the case after his employer did not apply a non-compete clause that was in his contract when they parted company in April.
Slimane argued that the clause should have been applied, along with associated financial compensation.
"We won," said the lawyer, Herve Temime. "I'm happy because this its a natural outcome. The contract terms were absolutely clear."
Kering said it would appeal.
Two former employees of the model-making company that gave the universe Star Wars' iconic droid R2-D2 allegedly went over to the dark side by poaching a key client, swiping proprietary information, and then leaving to form a rival outfit, according to a complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.