The Supreme Court and the Ninth Circuit are considering some of the most pressing fashion law questions of 2019.
The Supreme Court ruled that arbitration generally means resolving disputes individually unless the agreement says otherwise.
An in-house attorney in New York accused the company of sweeping workplace harassment under the rug. LVMH denies the allegations.
The brands continue to butt heads over whether a distinctive design is protectable trade dress or simply a revived trend.
A state court tossed Nike stockholders’ suit claiming directors ignored workplace bias, but will let them refile their complaint.
Amazon’s employees are reportedly listening to recordings from Echo devices, but private conversations are not quite data free-for-alls.
The sportswear company’s work with prosecutors amid Michael Avenatti’s alleged threats comes at a time cooperation is worth more than ever.
A hearing, related to contracts of Lanvin designer Bruno Sialelli, formerly with Loewe, is scheduled for June 14.
The brand won an appeal in a trademark tussle, paving the way for it to register “Fur-Free Fur” as a trademark for its imitation-fur clothing and accessories.
Tom Ford intends to “vigorously” defend itself.