Nordstrom, Inc. v. Tampourlos

In Nordstrom, Inc. v. Tampourlos, 107 Wn.2d 735, 733 P.2d 208 (Wash. 1987), plaintiff Nordstroms successfully sued defendant hair salon for violating the Washington Consumer Protection Act ("CPA") for unfair trademark infringement in addition to claims for damaged equipment and property stemming from a lease. The court awarded attorney's fees for the CPA trademark infringement violation, but not for the property damage claims, because distinct and unrelated facts supported each theory. Id. at 212.