A computer hacker allegedly behind the breach of 500 million Yahoo accounts has been on the government’s radar for years after data theft at three “major” e-commerce sites.
A Connecticut jury found that by repeatedly refusing to rehire a former manager who was laid off amid downsizing, Wal-Mart retaliated against discrimination claims.
The lawsuit was filed by two Umbro licensees, one for footwear and the other for intimate apparel.
The fast-fashion retailer is taking on Adidas over alleged over-aggressive enforcement of the activewear brand’s three-stripe trademark.
The brands didn’t take sides in Converse’s fight for broader protection of its All Star shoe design, but took issue with an underlying analysis of the company’s arguments.
For the future of the brand, the foundation will “ensure the respect of values and principles: the management of activities in an ethic way with moral integrity and correctness, the priority of the continuous development at a global level of the Armani name, careful strategy of diversification of the company and its brands, maintaining consistency in the design of products, image and communication.”
The week in legal action ranged from whether stars should disclose their red carpet deals to Alibaba blaming Chinese law for counterfeit products.
The operator of Jared and Kay Jewelers said accounts of sexual harassment by female employees detailed in an ongoing discrimination case are “not substantiated.”
The outerwear brand came out the victor against a network of Chinese sites selling counterfeit Moose Knuckles merchandise.
A federal judge in New York said an investor suit was simply too little, too late.
Last week’s legal cases included a dispute between a skater bible and fast-fashion retailers, as well as domain battles involving Chinese sites and Jimmy Choo and Richemont.
An intellectual property lawyer and professor weighs in on what the fashion industry may face after the U.S. Supreme Court decides on the only apparel copyright case it’s ever considered.
The company relied on arguments of improper jurisdiction, which were recently addressed by a 10 percent shareholder claiming she’s being forced out of her stake.