The Lions is not happy the increasingly popular model has taken up with rival DNA.
A case by South Dakota over the longtime issue has made its way to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The 125-year-old luxury leather goods brand accused the flashy Philipp Plein of copying a unique and patented design element.
The German sporting goods company has accused the designer of using a cat logo similar to its own.
Makeup artist Vlada Haggerty claims the similarity between her lip art and new Make Up For Ever images is “undeniable.”
An independent California brand isn’t pleased its name is showing up in Victoria’s Secret marketing.
Forever 21 wants to know exactly how involved the singer was in the designs of some popular Fenty shoe styles.
In 2012, Vincenzo and Giacomo Barbato registered the “Steve Jobs” brand using the Cupertino, Calif.-based company’s legendary founder’s name.
Haeres Equita will appeal Alessandria’s court decision to reject its petition for a composition with creditors.
The trendy retailer failed to escape most of a former employee’s harassment lawsuit stemming from two disturbing customer encounters.
France isn’t happy with Amazon’s treatment of its smaller third-party sellers.