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Prosecutor Calls for Harsh Sentences for Teresa Moda Fire

Gestri said Teresa Moda owner Lin You Lan should receive a sentence of 10 years and eight months in prison for her role in the tragedy.

Sephora Rebuts Discrimination Allegations

The retailer denied Wednesday that it had discriminated against Asian consumers during their Insiders online sale, which ran from Nov. 6 through 10.

Sephora Discriminated Against Asian Customers, Lawsuit Claims

The proposed class action was filed Tuesday in federal court in Manhattan by four U.S. women of Chinese descent.

Lawyers for Condé Nast Interns File Motion for Settlement

The plaintiffs’ attorneys, from Outten & Golden LLP, asked the court for the maximum settlement for themselves of 11.11 percent, or $650,000.

ITC to Probe Converse Trademark Complaint

Complaint alleges 32 retailers and manufacturers infringed on some of the brand’s trademarks used in certain shoes, including the All Star Chuck Taylor shoe.

Fashion Box Settles ITC Denim Case

Details about the settlement and licensing deal were not made public, but RevoLaze confirmed the settlement and licensing deal.

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Labor Court Rules Against John Galliano

The designer had contested his dismissal from Dior and his signature fashion house.

Moncler to Take Legal Action Against TV Show

In addition to impacting the company’s shares, the segment about the brand on Italian TV show “Report” spurred a social media outcry against the brand.

LVMH Specifies Hermès Settlement Terms

A resolution will be submitted to LVMH shareholders on Nov. 25, and distributions are to be paid on Dec. 17.

Judge: U.S.-made Labeling Suit Can Proceed

Decision recognizes strict California standard is applicable.

Madden Faces Legal Challenge in Australia

The footwear firm’s licensee alleges a breach in trade practices legislation.

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Dolce, Gabbana Found Innocent

Italy's highest court on Friday found Stefano Gabbana and Domenico Dolce not guilty of tax evasion, overturning two previous sentences at lower courts.

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