Jason “Revok” Williams is the latest graffiti artist to seek to protect his copyright after H&M used his work in an ad.
Christian Louboutin continues its battle to protect its red-sole trademark, Forever 21 suffers a hack attack and the Italian tax authorities act to boost Made in Italy.
Nike was among the companies caught up in the Paradise Papers release, while Taylor Swift is striking back against a blogger’s post.
A second class-action lawsuit against LuLaRose, and a win for Kim Kardashian in court were top news reports this week.
A non-compete battle between cosmetics giants, British crackdown on influencer postings and protection of models against sexual harassment dominated the legal scene this week.
Fast-fashion retailers are fighting back against trademark infringement claims, while LuLa Rose faces a potential class-action lawsuit from sales reps over changes in terms.
Will the tougher FTC rules on disclosure mean magazine editors now will have to reveal that brands paid for their trips to far-flung show collections?
Ivanka Trump’s deposition seems on in her legal battle with Aquazzura, while the FTC talks tougher disclosure rules for influencers.
Kule has sued the Clare Vivier brand over the use of stripes, while LVMH goes to court over web sites selling fake Hublot and Tag Heuer watches.
Amazon reiterated its values in the wake of President Trump’s DACA decision, while Taylor Swift sought to protect a song lyric.
The Estée Lauder Cos. Inc. was hit by the EEOC, Amazon’s glasses stir issues and Cheerios lose in court.
New Balance’s IP win in China came just as President Trump began a probe into the country’s theft of U.S. firms’ IP.
The changing tactics in Forever 21’s battles with Gucci and Adidas, and President Trump seeks to hit back at China over intellectual property.