Recent legal activity has involved so-called “genericide,” the concept of patent trolls and the ongoing battle between Puma and Forever 21.
The shoe brand said a suit by Dr. Martens is not only unfounded, but that its designs aren’t worthy of trademark protection.
The fast-fashion retailer said Puma’s infringement claims don’t hold up given the lack of originality in Rihanna’s Fenty shoe designs.
The payment will go to 47 states that investigated Target’s massive 2013 breach of shoppers’ payment and contact information.
Recent legal action has seen another suit against Forever 21, the growing proliferation of beauty dupes — and the AAFA’s decision to allow JD.com to join.
The shoe brand allegedly let slide racial prejudice that included calling Serena Williams “disgusting” when she asked for a discount.
A California judge dismissed claims of a textile company claiming a blouse was made with its copyrighted fabric design.
A battle between Hanes and a start-up, France’s Photoshopping law and class-action suits over Fyre Festival are the latest legal actions.
A secondary licensee of the famed reality TV sisters’ names is fighting to sell a line of beauty products, despite ongoing licensing litigation.
The Japanese athletic company said the ideas behind a string of Adidas patents are too abstract for protection.
A Colorado tech company is accusing both brands of infringing a patent after licensing negotiations went awry.
The young brand is gearing up to sue Forever 21 over its alleged copycatting ways.
Urban has agreed to stop selling any and all Harley-branded merchandise, genuine or not.
Employment contracts and trademark limits were under the microscope in this week’s legal maneuvers.
Two festival goers are turning to the courts to secure a refund for tickets and costs as well as damages related to the non-existent event.