A group of workers in Florence expressed opposition to the company’s ongoing negotiations with Interparfums for the licensing of Ferragamo perfumes.
The mall REIT’s bankruptcy included a prepared restructuring proposal, but the process will also test retail’s uncertain value in a pandemic.
Westfield sued the lingerie retailer for more than $30 million for allegedly ditching a lease for a store at the World Trade Center mall in New York.
Confirming a Chapter 11 plan and exiting bankruptcy may not necessarily mean the end of liability for corporate executives.
The case has attracted international media attention, since Nygard was arrested in December.
The former Brooks Brothers chair is facing a suit by investors claiming the retailer’s Chap. 11 ended up being an evasive move that stiffed them.
Influencer accounts peddling fake designer goods are taking hold on social platforms, according to an AAFA report Wednesday.
The sportswear brand’s $9 million civil settlement with the SEC highlights some of the reporting disclosure practices that regulators are watching.
Facebook and Gucci have teamed to jointly file a lawsuit in the United States District Court, Northern District of California, against an international online counterfeit business operator who has evaded the platform’s prior enforcement efforts.
The streetwear brand’s lawsuit against T-shirt company Gotham City Online marks an ongoing intellectual property dispute between the companies.
Richard Hajjar agreed to plead guilty to wire fraud, unlawful monetary transactions and filing a false tax return.
The former marketing manager was terminated by the sneaker giant in 2018.