Christian Louboutin continues its battle to protect its red-sole trademark, Forever 21 suffers a hack attack and the Italian tax authorities act to boost Made in Italy.
The case was headed to trial.
A group of investors are accusing the private equity firm of splitting plus-size retailer Torrid in order to reap all the profits of a recent IPO for itself.
Attorney General Josh Hawley, who recently launched a run for Senate next year, is making a target out of the online giant.
Nike was among the companies caught up in the Paradise Papers release, while Taylor Swift is striking back against a blogger’s post.
The Los Angeles company is now suing the Swedish fast-fashion retailer alleging use of its name on pieces sold at H&M stores and online.
This is in accordance with a law passed in 2015 and allows to have an ongoing dialogue in full transparency with the country’s Tax Authority, significantly decreasing fiscal risks.
A group of women are reigniting an effort to close the gender pay gap, at least in southern Wal-Mart stores.
The fast-fashion chain has the opportunity to fix allegations around Gucci’s numerous trademarks protecting its classic stripe designs.
A second class-action lawsuit against LuLaRose, and a win for Kim Kardashian in court were top news reports this week.
A patented bra design wasn’t enough to keep the rival athleticwear brands in court.
A non-compete battle between cosmetics giants, British crackdown on influencer postings and protection of models against sexual harassment dominated the legal scene this week.
The beauty giant is looking to a wide roll out of a new foundation technology, but an involved executive has decamped to rival Shiseido.
Fast-fashion retailers are fighting back against trademark infringement claims, while LuLa Rose faces a potential class-action lawsuit from sales reps over changes in terms.