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La Samaritaine Project Hits Roadblock

The Paris administrative court has cancelled a key portion of the construction permit delivered by Paris City Hall.

West Hollywood Fur Ban Upheld

A federal court on Monday upheld the City of West Hollywood’s municipal prohibition on the sale of animal fur apparel.

Dolce, Gabbana to Appeal Tax Verdict

After 10 months, a guilty verdict was once again handed down in the Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana tax trial on Wednesday.

Swatch Suffers Swiss Court Setback

A commercial court in Zurich has rejected its claim for damages against Swiss bank UBS.

Trial Over Cambodia Shooting Begins

The case concerns 23 arrests during a garment worker strike last January.

Aéropostale Sues Hennes & Mauritz

Aéropostale sued Swedish fast-fashion giant Hennes & Mauritz in Manhattan federal court Thursday.

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Rachel Roy Files Lawsuit Against Jones

The designer is trying to stop Jones Apparel Group from selling her business to Bluestar Alliance for $14.6 million.

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Armani Group Settles With Italian Tax Authority

The case concerns three foreign subsidiaries in the 2002-2009 period.

Auction Date Set for Ashley Stewart Assets

A bankruptcy court in Newark has approved the $18 million offer by Clearlake Capital Group as the stalking horse bidder.

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.

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