Nordstrom claims its insurer is making “a transparent effort” to avoid damage costs sustained amid mostly peaceful protests last year.
Tony Liu and Lindsey Schuyler responded to Dolce & Gabbana’s defamation suit in Milan following controversy over the Italian brand’s ads.
The suit alleges that the e-commerce giant, which has made record revenues during the pandemic, hasn’t done enough to keep workers safe.
Long-standing efforts to challenge the proliferation of arbitration clauses may gain traction, with implications for retailers and other large employers.
The hip-hop entrepreneur is seeking $25 million for “false endorsement” surrounding the Sean John x Missguided women’s line.
Dozens of retailers have reorganized during the pandemic so far, and their experience has some lessons for those on the brink.
The lawsuit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Washington and alleges the defendants conspired to use Ferragamo’s registered trademarks without authorization, offering the counterfeit products on Amazon.
The designer, known for gaudy looks and presentations, is accused of homophobic remarks and wrongfully firing an HIV-positive manager.
The luxury fashion brand said the coronavirus’ impact “eviscerated” Madison Avenue shopping, effectively canceling its sublease.
Despite the state lifting a stay-at-home order, a state beauty industry association intends to keep backing a legal challenge.
A former unnamed Guess model claims the company is protecting a “sexual predator” who assaulted her last year.