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Dolce, Gabbana Tax Trial Presses On

The designers’ lawyer Massimo Dinoia shined a spotlight on their profession and “the astronomical distance” between them and management.

Condé Nast Settles Intern Lawsuit

The suit, also known as Ballinger versus Advance Magazine Publishers Inc., was filed by former interns Lauren Ballinger and Matthew Leib.

Sephora Must Close at 9 p.m.

The Constitutional Council in France ruled against night hours, but allowed Sunday trading in exceptional cases.

Former Ecko Unltd. Licensee in Bankruptcy

In a separate court filing, Suchman LLC, an entity owned by Seth Gerszberg, is the stalking-horse bidder.

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Dolce, Gabbana Tax Case Takes Surprising Turn

Gaetano Santamaria asked for all the defendants to be acquitted, saying the case “is groundless.”

Five Arrested in Prato Factory Fire

After a three-month investigation, Italian police on Friday arrested five people connected with the fire that broke out on Dec. 1 at Teresa Moda.

Marzotto Trial Delayed by Lawyers Strike

Judge Lucio Nardi said on Friday it was postponed to June 27.

Paula Dorf-Dekovnick Files Lawsuit Against Namesake Beauty Firm

Suit alleges that Paula Dorf Cosmetics overstepped its use of the Paul Dorf name and associated trademarks.

Burberry Files South Korean Suit

The company on Wednesday confirmed reports that it has taken legal action against Try, a South Korean innerwear firm.

Swatch Files Lawsuit Against Target Corp.

The discounter is accused of selling watches that copy Swatch designs.

Unions Win Appeal Over Printemps Sale

The retailer has been ordered to provide additional information to labor representatives.

Wholesaler Indicted for Theft

The apparel wholesaler is charged with stealing from two factors.

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