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Diesel Sues Cybersquatters

The brand seeks about $300 million in damages from nine defendants responsible for counterfeit products and 83 unauthorized Web sites.

Humane Society Files Against

The organization alleges that, which settled faux fur claims with the FTC last year, has violated a consent order and should be fined.

Polartec Files Patent Complaint in Germany

The complaint alleges that the defendants have infringed and continue to infringe on a European patent licensed exclusively to Polartec.

J.C. Penney Files Appeal in Macy's Case

The retailer has filed an appeal to a ruling ordering Penney’s to pay damages and attorney fees for interfering with a contract between Macy's and MSLO.

Balenciaga Verdict Set for August

A court in Paris will hand down its decision on Aug. 27 in the lawsuit brought by the brand against its former designer, Nicolas Ghesquière.

Nicolas Sarkozy Held for Questioning

Suspicions have surfaced of influence-peddling linked in part to the Bettencourt affair.

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.

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