The announcement comes as officials launch an awareness campaign to highlight the dangers of using illicit web sites.
Kule has sued the Clare Vivier brand over the use of stripes, while LVMH goes to court over web sites selling fake Hublot and Tag Heuer watches.
The sisters questioned whether the purported photographer actually has any rights to the disputed images.
Dozens of Amazon and eBay store operators were caught selling counterfeit Fendi products.
The popular festival took issue with Urban’s use of “Coachella” to describe certain pieces of apparel.
Lions claims DNA, with the help of Aboah’s fashionably connected mother, poached the popular model.
A South Dakota lawsuit over online retailers being exempt from state sales tax is on its way to the high court.
Employees of Groupe Logo, Tag Heuer’s former eyewear-maker, sued the luxury giant after losing their jobs when the license was not renewed last year.
Thom Browne’s new affinity for the flightless bird is allegedly stepping on trademarks for Original Penguin.
The move maybe be little more than a Hail Mary pass to protect advertising revenue.
The luxury powerhouse is fighting hard against an attack on its long-held stripe trademarks.
The selfie looks to be not only the favorite, but the the most legally sound option for celebrities and influencers.
Amazon reiterated its values in the wake of President Trump’s DACA decision, while Taylor Swift sought to protect a song lyric.