The major activewear brands continue to battle it out in courts – with mixed success – while Kering became ensared in a controversy over where its sunglasses are made.
The luxury titan was being investigated by Belgian prosecutors for his citizenship application dating back to 2012, which he has since withdrawn.
The luxury fashion house won the first round in a new fight against counterfeiters worth more than $60 million.
With a promise not to sue, the denim brand said Off-White’s trademark suit is pointless and should be dismissed.
Selima Optique told a court the luxury powerhouse is operating a “bait-and-switch scheme,” which Kering flatly denied.
The issues of intellectual property, sponsorship — and copyright — were at the forefront this week.
The warring athleticwear companies could be approaching settlement talks in ongoing patent litigation.
If approved, the settlement will end years of litigation over the scheduling practice.
The issue of fakes continues to plague leading platforms like Alibaba and Amazon, while Adidas and Puma aren’t doing too well in court.
Macy’s is looking to enforce a non-compete agreement against a former regional executive.
Sycamore has an agreement to sell more than 300 Dollar Express stores to Dollar General this month.
The streetwear line and the denim brand have been unable to strike an agreement over the use of a simple design.
The luxury house isn’t happy with its designs allegedly showing up on Steve Madden wares.