Victorinox Swiss Army, the U.S. subsidiary of the Swiss Victorinox, won on Oct. 22 a trademark infringement lawsuit launched in 2013 against B&F System of Dallas in the Federal District Court of New York. The judge in the case awarded a fine of $9.8 million, plus injunctive relief, against the company and its president, John D. Meyer. At issue were the red color and other design elements used in the handles of the multi-function pocket knives marketed by B&F, which has been asked to recall the infringing goods from distributors and retailers.