Demaestro - 5:31 pm on Mar 16, 2011 (gmt 0)
p1r, IT definitely looks like they are using the names and marks to market their copycats. I can see a case of Trademark infringement sticking, but I have a hard time calling them counterfeits when they are clearly being sold as replicas.
In a few of the malls where I live they have stores that sell copycat fragrances. The bottles all use the brand name of the the scent they are mimicking. They say "If you like scent X you'll love XY"
Perhaps there is a reason they get away with that but I don't see much of a difference.
Imagine the mall getting sued for renovating and leasing a space to one of these stores and for marketing the store in the mall directory and on the mall website.