A group of women are reigniting an effort to close the gender pay gap, at least in southern Wal-Mart stores.
The fast-fashion chain has the opportunity to fix allegations around Gucci’s numerous trademarks protecting its classic stripe designs.
A second class-action lawsuit against LuLaRose, and a win for Kim Kardashian in court were top news reports this week.
A patented bra design wasn’t enough to keep the rival athleticwear brands in court.
A non-compete battle between cosmetics giants, British crackdown on influencer postings and protection of models against sexual harassment dominated the legal scene this week.
The beauty giant is looking to a wide roll out of a new foundation technology, but an involved executive has decamped to rival Shiseido.
Fast-fashion retailers are fighting back against trademark infringement claims, while LuLa Rose faces a potential class-action lawsuit from sales reps over changes in terms.
The brands have reached their second settlement in recent years.
The Swiss luxury operator is seeking damages that could reach well beyond $100 million.
Since January, the fashion firm has seized about 50,000 Philipp Plein counterfeit products across 35 countries.
The agency said models can switch agencies as they please in response to allegations that it poached Aboah from rival firm Lions.