Michael Jordan Seeks $8 Million in Qiaodan Lawsuit

April 10, 2012 BY / 0

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An update for Michael Jordan’s intellectual property lawsuit against Chinese sportswear company Qiaodan has rolled in, pinpointing the amount of money he’s seeking in damages. The magic number is $8 million, money which Michael says he would use to set up basketball training camps in China in the event of his victory. Along with that figure come some more regarding the scope of Qiaodan’s business ventures, with them raking in $432 million for the 2010 fiscal year from their more than 5,000 retail shops. Click through for a look at some of Qiaodan’s Michael imitating products and stick with us for updates on the case. via: Forbes, additional photos: BS/IP/WCT

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