The legal wrangling between Todd Oldham and Gap Inc.’s Old Navy brand intensified this week when the designer added wrongful termination to the list of allegations in a suit he filed against the retailer earlier this year.
Oldham and his company, L-7 Designs Inc., first brought legal action against Old Navy in federal court in Manhattan on Feb. 18, two days before he parted ways with the company after a 17-month stint as creative director. Oldham filed the initial suit under seal, but said it alleged breach of contract and fraud.
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