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L'Oréal USA Settles FTC Charges

According to the complaint, the firm made false and unsubstantiated claims about its Génifique and Youth Code products in national advertising campaigns.

Marzotto Tax Trial Deferred to November

Matteo Marzotto’s tax trial was deferred to November 28 by judge Lucio Nardi at Milan’s courthouse on Friday during the first hearing.

Judges Address Dolce, Gabbana Verdict

The appeals court upheld the decision of the lower court, ruling the defendants guilty, albeit with a two-month reduction in their jail sentences.

American Apparel's Dov Charney Fighting Back

The ousted chief is holding discussions with supporters, contemplating management changes at the company he founded.

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Dov Charney Said Plotting Legal Counterpunch

The ousted American Apparel founder does not intend to go quietly.

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Macy's Wins Case Against J.C. Penney

Manhattan state court judge Jeffrey Oing handed down a ruling that Penney's "tortiously" interfered with Macy's agreement with MSLO.

New Balance Sues Karl Lagerfeld

Footwear brand is alleging that Lagerfeld has stepped too close to one of its designs.

Tonino Perna Tax Trial Set for Oct. 15

Former IT Holding executive is charged with criminal bankruptcy.

Luxury Labels Talk Guarding Their Assets

Fashion firms gathered to discuss the challenges of protecting their assets, image and brand name at the Luxury Law Summit in London.

Number 13 Not So Lucky for Taylor Swift

Lucky 13 filed a trademark infringement suit against Grammy winner, alleging that she appropriated the phrase on her own apparel.

Rachel Roy Wins Round One Against Jones

New York State Supreme Court Justice Jeffrey Oing granted the designer an injunction barring The Jones Group from proceeding with the sale of her business.

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La Samaritaine Project Hits Roadblock

The Paris administrative court has cancelled a key portion of the construction permit delivered by Paris City Hall.

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