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Judges Expected to Rule in Dolce, Gabbana Trial

The defendants are appealing a guilty verdict handed down by a Milan appeals court in April.

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Dolce, Gabbana Tax Hearing Begins at Italy's Highest Court

Their lawyers, headed by Massimo Dinoia, are appealing a guilty verdict handed down by a Milan appeals court in April.

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British Court Orders ISPs to Block Counterfeit Sites

Montblanc's ceo Jerome Lambert said the judgment would help combat the "onslaught of fakes" being sold online.

Companies Retaliate in ITC Patent Case

Several of the major companies involved in a U.S. International Trade Commission patent infringement case are accusing the complainants of deception.

Converse Files Broad Trademark Suit

The company on Tuesday filed separate suits against 31 manufacturers and retailers alleging that they had infringed on its Chuck Taylor sneaker design.

Court Denies Injunction in YSL-Saint Laurie Case

Lawsuit revolves around Hedi Slimane’s re-branding of the designer house’s label in 2012.

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Five Indicted in Saks Theft Scheme

Details have emerged on the identity-theft ring that authorities said used stolen information and bought about $400,000 in merchandise at Saks Fifth Avenue.

More Gucci Family Members Face Tax Troubles

Legal troubles are hitting more Gucci family members.

Customs Seizes Fake Handbags

The $500,000 seizure also included nearly 50 boxes of counterfeit plastic children's building blocks bearing the Lego brand.

Supreme Court to Take Up Abercrombie Case

Muslim woman claimed she was denied a position because she wore a head scarf.

Supreme Court to Hear Case of Muslim Denied A&F Job

Ruling expected by end of June in case brought on behalf of Smanatha Elauf.

Walmart Seeks to Settle Morgan Case

Wal-Mart said today that it is eager to settle the lawsuit that resulted from the June accident that injured comedian Tracey Morgan.

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