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Hermès, LVMH Dispute Going to Court

The luxury group shot back Tuesday by revealing it would file a suit against Hermès for “slander, blackmail and unfair competition.”

— September 4, 2012
Coachella 2016

Coachella Sues Urban Outfitters for Capitalizing on Festival Brand

With several “Coachella”-themed products being sold through Free People, the music festival says Urban Outfitters is infringing several trademarks and diluting the Coachella brand.

— March 16, 2017
Google office in London

Google Facing Long, Uncertain Appeal of Record EU Fine

The move maybe be little more than a Hail Mary pass to protect advertising revenue.

— September 12, 2017
Belstaff RTW Spring 2016

Belstaff Wins Civil Case Against Counterfeiters

The brand won $42 million in damages and shut down 676 Web sites selling illegal goods.

— October 12, 2015
An example of Adidas’ Boost

Puma Scores Against Adidas in Legal Battle Over ETPU Soles

Both sporting-goods makers are claiming the rights to the innovative shoe technology, which promises high energy returns — and high profits.

— April 19, 2016

November 17, 1930: Moonshine and Merch

According to WWD, the hot-button issue of copycat fashion was about as dangerous as the bootlegging across the nation.

— December 28, 2010

Adidas, Wal-Mart Settle Trademark Dispute

Details of agreement not disclosed.

— September 4, 2008

Letter to the Editor: January 15, 2009

A letter to the editor from Marino Bastianini,counsel at the firm Carnelutti, regarding Valentino’s and Giancarlo Giammetti’s legal battle.

— January 21, 2009

Costume National Wins Lawsuits in China

The Italian company never succeeded in registering the C’N’C’ Costume National label in China.

— May 19, 2015

Stein Mart Settles SEC Investigation, Will Pay $800,000 Penalty

The company settled without admitting or denying the findings of the SEC.

— September 22, 2015

E-mail Security Breach Ensnares Polo, Others

Lacoste, New York & Co., Target, Bebe Stores and Eddie Bauer were also affected.

— April 17, 2011
Joseph Abboud

Court Reverses Ruling Against Abboud

Joseph Abboud can use his name again in association with his men’s wear line Jaz, at least for now.

— June 12, 2009

Versace Wins Counterfeit Ruling

After four-and-a-half years of litigation, the house scored a court victory in a case in Northern California against Griffith Suisse Luxury Group.

— May 28, 2013
A View of a Sign at a Saks Fifth Avenue Store in New York New York Usa 30 July 2013 Reports on 29 July State That Saks Fifth Avenue Will Be Sold to Hudson's Bay a Company Based in Canada who Also Owns the Store Lord & Taylor For 2 4 Billion Us Dollars United States New YorkUsa Saks Fifth Avenue - Jul 2013

Hudson’s Bay Hit With $5 Million Lawsuit Over Data Breach

A shopper is pursuing a class action days after the Saks operator said it uncovered a breach of payment information.

— April 5, 2018

U.S. Seeks Stay of Safeguard Injunction

The Justice Department has turned to an appeals court to overturn a ruling that has stymied the government’s review of China safeguard petitions.

— February 9, 2005