OK so the employee goes to jail, gets a criminal record, and is fired. Yes. But does that also mean Rogers (who owns the chain and is leasing the storefront) and/or Oxford (who owns the mall which has the Rogers store in it) face penalties too?
In the case of LVMH, it seems rather than go after the individuals or whoever is leasing the storefront (likely same people) they're going after the "mall owner".
It really puts mall owners in a bad place. Only high end places like Yorkdale can afford to turn down shady retailing like counterfeit purse distributors. Smaller places and flea markets can't afford to have a vacancy which isn't making them any rent money.