The changing tactics in Forever 21’s battles with Gucci and Adidas, and President Trump seeks to hit back at China over intellectual property.
The companies may be on opposite ends of the fashion spectrum, but they’re both going after counterfeiters on Amazon and elsewhere for tens of millions of dollars.
Tatcha contends Too Faced is “causing confusion in the marketplace” in the complaint.
The luxury house said Forever 21’s copying is too “blatant” to ignore.
A California judge refused to let Skechers off the hook for its alleged copying of Adidas’ trademarked designs.
As Kering and Alibaba make peace, the president gets set to take on China over IP, and another suit against Kim Kardashian raises questions over motives.
Influencers need to “clearly and conspicuously” disclose business relationships.
The week’s legal action included a case involving Coty’s attempts to limit distribution and a deceptive pricing suit against Forever 21.
The department store has denied claims that it misled investors in 2013 on its financial state.
When is a product a parody and when is it a knockoff is the question in cases involving Louis Vuitton and Titleist.
The luxury house has some conditions if Selima Optique wants to settle its “demonstrably false” allegations over Kering’s eyewear.
Nothing’s impossible, but the company may have other reasons for pushing the case so far after losing at every turn.