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Balenciaga v. Ghesquière Case Heads to Mediation

The lawsuit brought by Balenciaga against its former designer, Nicolas Ghesquière, has moved out of the courtroom, WWD has learned.

Audemars Piguet Awarded Additional Post-Trial Damages

The amount in damages to be paid by Swiss Watch International now totals $11.7 million.

ITC Patent Case Reflects Tech's New Role

As new technologies come into play, so do new legal woes, as evidenced by the patent infringement case aimed at 17 U.S. and European brands and retailers.

Finazzo Sentenced to 8 Years

He also was ordered to pay $13.7M in restitution to Aéropostale Inc.

Macy's Settles Profiling Cases for $650K

Settlement resolves more than a dozen recent complaints of profiling and false detentions at the Macy’s Herald Square flagship in Manhattan.

U.S. Brands Named in Infringement Complaint at ITC

RevoLaze and TechnoLines filed the complaint against 17 well-known denim brands and retailers, alleging they have violated a section under U.S. trade law.

Selfridges Robbers Sentenced in London

Six men found guilty of committing a smash-and-grab robbery in June 2013 were sentenced Monday to more than 50 years in prison collectively.

Ralph Lauren Wins Counterfeit Case in Italy

The Court of Milan’s intellectual property division has found Fratelli Martinelli Textile Srl guilty of creating and selling counterfeit merchandise.

Louis Vuitton Not Yet Responded to Suit by Luxury-Sneaker Maker

New York’s LVL XIII Brands Inc. sued in New York federal court, claiming the metal toe plate it uses on its sneakers is infringed by Vuitton.

NRF, Boscov's Seek Supreme Court Hearing on Swipe Fees

The retailers and industry groups are asking the justices to review a ruling by the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in March.

Peter Nygard Faces Legal Claim From Louis Bacon, Environmental Group

Controversy centers on Nygard's Lyford Cay property in the Bahamas.

Kering-Alibaba Latest Fakes Case

The firms have moved their e-commerce counterfeiting dispute from the courtroom to the conference room.

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