ALM International is pursing commercial litigation against Donald Trump for his alleged failure to make payments regarding his Trump clothing brand. Trump’s company hired ALM in 2003 to help them obtain clothing licensing for his line of dress shirts and neckwear.
ALM planned meetings with companies in the apparel industry and Trump. Ultimately, PVH, previously known as Phillips-Van Heusen, agreed to license Trump’s name.
According to the lawsuit, Trump paid ALM for their services for 11 consecutive quarters but he subsequently failed to make payments starting in 2008.
Trump has stated that “the lawsuit is without merit and is very insignificant.” He is moving to have the case dismissed.
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