A Los Angeles jury has returned a $370 million verdict against Guess clothing co-founder Georges Marciano in a civil defamation lawsuit filed by five employees.According to Friday's Superior Court verdict, each employee will get $69 million in compensatory damages and $5 million in punitive damages.Marciano sued his employees in August 2007, accusing them of stealing artwork by Ed Ruscha (roo-SHAY'), Robert Rauschenberg (RAU'-shen-berg) and Roy Lichtenstein.His suit was thrown out, but the...Read Full Story
We have two City of Beverly Hills Business Tax Certificates both pertaining to property owned by Georges Marciano but the names listed are not Georges Marciano under “owner”
Georges has also submitted copies of this to Beverly Hills Police Department and yet the case is dismissed by Judge White.Read Full Story
Marciano in the 1980s. It looks like quite a few people are hoping to fill Arnold Schwarzenegger's gigantic shoes.The co-founder of the Guess? clothing company, Georges Marciano, announced his intention to run for the Governor of California this week. If we can elect the Terminator, why not a highly successful fashion designer?Marciano says that, if elected, he hopes to create new jobs instead of raising taxes. Given Marciano's interests - fashion, real estate, and diamond collecting, it...Read Full Story
Georges Marciano was the founder, CEO and primary designer for the GUESS? brand. Originally from Marseilles, France, Georges moved the United States, where his designs became a national sensation. He plans to run for California Governor as an Independent.