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Outside a Quiksilver store.

Quiksilver to Exit From Bankruptcy in February

The firm will emerge as a private company next month following today’s confirmation of its bankruptcy plan.

Prada Closes Counterfeit Web Site

The Italian luxury group has closed a site that sold counterfeit products online.

American Apparel

Judge’s Decision Ends Battle for American Apparel

With the noise from its founder and former ceo seemingly out of the way, the company enters a new phase in which all eyes are on its ability to right the business.

American Apparel

Judge Confirms American Apparel Bankruptcy Plan

A Delaware bankruptcy court judge confirmed the company’s restructuring strategy.

Renzo Rosso

Diesel Wins Cybersquatting Suit, Awarded $2M in Damages

The court permanently enjoined defendants from further infringing activities, including the use of any Diesel trademark in connection with the unauthorized advertising and sale of goods.

American Apparel

American Apparel Hearing to Move Into Third Day

Indecision over the company’s fate—and who should ultimately own it—has yet to be settled in court with the matter expected to resume Monday after two days of witness testimony and other evidence went before a Delaware court judge.

Alfonso Dolce Acquitted of Tax Charges

Dolce & Gabbana’s tax woes are over as Alfonso Dolce was acquitted of evasion charges.

Barneys, New York City Settle Lawsuit With Trayon Christian

New York has agreed to settle the lawsuit with Trayon Christian for $45,000.

Dov Charney

Dov Charney to Take Stand in American Apparel Hearing

The founder and former ceo is expected to testify as his attorneys aim to build a case against the sale marketing process of the Los Angeles firm in hopes of having a judge rule against the company’s bankruptcy plan.