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L’Oréal Top Filer of Trademark Applications Last Year
Other leading fashion and beauty firms posted gains including Japan's Shiseido, Abercrombie & Fitch Europe…
Joan Mitchell Foundation Alleges Louis Vuitton Used Artist’s Paintings Without Permission
The organization has demanded the immediate withdrawal of the French luxury brand's campaign.
Nicola Bulgari Convicted for Insider Trading on LVMH Shares
A fine of 1.2 million euros was handed to Nicola Bulgari, who also got a suspended jail sentence, while his…
Mason Rothschild Wraps Up Testimony at Hermès Trademark Infringement Trial
The case's ruling, which is not expected until early next week, could be influential in how intellectual…
Nike Sues Bape for Trademark Infringement
The sports giant alleges Bape has been infringing on its popular sneaker styles since 2005.
U.S. Slaps Google With Lawsuit Over Ad Tech Monopoly
The DOJ wants to "unwind Google's monopolistic grip" on online advertising.
Under Armour Wins Trademark Infringement Case Against Armorina
A jury ruled the New York-based women's activewear brand would have to change its name but can remain in…
Thom Browne Wins Stripes Trademark Case Against Adidas
The jury found that the designer did not infringe on the sports giant's three-stripe mark.
Thom Browne Testifies About His Love of Sports in Adidas Trademark Case
The designer has been playing sports since he was a child and used Ivy League references for the parallel…
Adidas Expert Testifies to Confusion With Thom Browne-designed Product
The pieces in dispute feature four bars, which some 27 percent of consumers believed were produced by the…
California Becomes the First State to Ban Fur Sales
A law passed in 2019 went into effect at the beginning of this year.
Adidas and Thom Browne Face Off in Court Over Use of Stripes
The German sports brand is seeking just under $8 million in damages and profits from the luxury label.
European Ruling Outlines Amazon Liability in Christian Louboutin Counterfeiting Case
The European high court ruled that the operator of a marketplace could be liable for counterfeiting if…
Rihanna’s Savage x Fenty Brand Settles Consumer Protection Lawsuit for $1.2 Million
The suit claims the company failed to inform shoppers of recurring fees.