The week’s court actions included further developments in cases involving photos of Beyoncé and Lou Reed.
Certain Amazon sellers accused of selling fake Chanel goods want out of litigation that could see them on the hook for millions in damages.
The buzzy streetwear line is looking for the courts to tell Paige that a stripe stitch design on its pockets isn’t being infringed upon.
The brand got the go-ahead from a bankruptcy judge to reject Azria’s employment agreement.
The Federal Trade Commission sent out warning letters to brands and influencers, while Louis Vuitton’s trademark battle rolled on.
A former regional vice president says the retailer makes regular use of “unreasonable and overbroad” non-compete agreements with a range of employees.
A Levi’s subsidiary in Singapore said reseller Division Six already agreed to arbitrate any contract disputes.
The review comes after dozens of accounts of sexual harassment were revealed during a long-running discrimination case.
The luxury brand accused the sites of selling a range of fake Gucci goods.
Copyright claims by a rapper’s estate are “grossly overstated,” according to the singer.
The legal issues of the week touched on trademarks and visas.
The retailer held fast to the propriety of moving a majority of its intellectual property into a new subsidiary.
The athleticwear brand is pushing hard to get alleged copies of Rihanna’s Fenty shoe designs off the market.
The luxury house is hoping an Illinois court can crack down on a slippery group of Chinese web sites selling counterfeits, mainly in the U.S.