The legal headaches continue to pile up for Forever 21, with a new copyright and trade dress infringement suit filed against it by Express last week.
In a complaint filed in U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, Express claims Forever 21 copied four of its copyrighted plaid patterns for men’s shorts that were introduced in its stores in December 2007. Additionally, Express is claiming trade dress infringement for a zippered jacket the specialty retailer introduced last December.
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