Investors claim Signet did little but “deny and downplay” the underlying discrimination suit until accounts of worker harassment became public.
The luxury conglomerate again has to fight against claims that Hublot began using “red gold” to describe products only after a Los Angeles jeweler trademarked the term.
The Supreme Court issued its long-awaited ruling in the case involving cheerleader uniforms, while Adidas continued to try to protect its trademark and Amazon stepped up counterfeit protection.
A ruling in favor of copyright protection for design elements of cheerleading uniforms may have opened the door to more protection for the fashion industry.
In a long-awaited ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court said certain two-dimensional designs applied to apparel can be protected through copyright.
A lawsuit on behalf of Max and Lubov Azria seek to challenge the company’s attempts to terminate the latter’s employment contract.
The German company is continuing its habit of going after alleged copycats whenever it finds them.
Issues in the law this week included legally mandated meal breaks, pregnancy leave at Nicole Miller and alleged copying of a Dr. Martens design.
The First Daughter’s intellectual property holding company is being sued for unfair competition.
The retailer has agreed to a deal to settle claims by shoppers who had their credit card information exposed during a 2013 customer data breach.
A New York judge rejected investor allegations that the online marketplace inflated its valuation before going public with misleading disclosures on counterfeit goods.