A former Walmart employee claims he was fired after voicing concerns over the behemoth’s e-commerce accounting, though the company says he is just “disgruntled.”
The lawsuit could cost the popular vintage retailer millions.
Fashion was the second most-affected area for cybersquatting last year after banking and finance, according to the World Intellectual Property Organization.
The denim company said Monday a different firm would look into claims of misconduct by cofounder Paul Marciano.
A litigious shopper is pushing for information on the company’s knowledge of alleged product reselling, and if it’s doing anything about it.
The sportswear brand had opposed the registration of similar design by a Belgian footwear company.
Kardashian is even looking to have the makeup artist pay fees related to the trademark dispute.
The brand is aiming to off-load old merchandise as part of its recent U.S. bankruptcy.
The brand started to fall behind on payments beginning in December for the four-story, 8,000-square-foot boutique.
Ugg owner Deckers Outdoor wants copies of its “unique” boot off Walmart’s shelves.
The board has established a committee to provide oversight on the investigation.
Photographer Albert Watson isn’t about to let Cartier off the hook for allegedly copying one of his best-known photos.
The litigation goes back to several years, with workers alleging an informal rule required them buy Abercrombie and Hollister.
The major fashion public relations firm claims J.Mendel still owes it tens of thousands of dollars from work in 2016.